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Workshop Salary Negotiation Skills

Do you want to get more of what you want? Then join our workshop on salary negotiations! Nobody is a born negotiator, it is a learned behaviour. However, everyone is a negotiator as we negotiate every day both in business and in our everyday life. Negotiations is like any other sport, if you practice it daily you can become a good negotiator. By enhancing your negotiation skills, you can get more of what you want. Salary negotiations are one of the most important negotiations you will encounter in life as it has part in creating your future and why should you settle for less if you could get more? Learning the fundamentals in negotiation is thus essential. This workshop will be focused on salary negotiations in particular and covers the fundamentals of:

  • How to prepare for salary negotiation
  • How to present and propose offers
  • How to claim value
  • How to create value
  • The importance of active listening
  • The importance of emotional intelligence in negotiations
  • How to change a NO to a YES.
  • How to overcome insecurity in salary negotiations
  • Knowing what you want and getting what you want 

By signing up for the workshop “Salary Negotiation Skills” you will learn how to develop your skills and start to claim and create value for your future.

LANGUAGE: English 

  • Programme is for

    Students and alumni who want to know how to negotiate salary with the employer

  • Date

    19. October. 2021

  • Time

    15:00 - 17:00 hrs

  • Location

    Online

  • Course fee

    Free of charge

  • Maximum participants

    30

  • Requirements

    Students in the last fase of their studies that want to prepare for the labour market.

  • Trainers

    Aldís Guðný Sigurðardóttir, is an Assistant Professor at University of Twente in the Netherlands.

    David C. van der Griend is a trained Psychologist, Negotiation Consultant and currently, a doctoral candidate.

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Workshop Salary Negotiation Skills
December 2021
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