Negotiation in the workplace is a skill that comes with practice and experience. That being said, know the value you're bringing to the job because if you don't, how is your potential employer meant to know it? My number one tip is being uncomfortable with being uncomfortable and to not take anything that happens personally. Rather, look at it as a transaction that has to happen.
#any level #ambivert #all Industries #interviewing skills #salary negotiation skills
Rachel ConlanGlobal Brand Partnerships Sports @ CAA (Creative Artists Agency)
As a leader, you are the one in charge of giving your team direction to where you’re heading and to steer them forward. But sometimes, my team takes lead and will steer the project a different way, and it’s oftentimes for the better. My role as a leader is to identify the best idea and to foster an idea to make it happen regardless of whose idea it was.
#senior level professional #extrovert #all Industries #leadership skills
Helene AlonsoDirector, Interactive Experience @ The American Museum of Natural History
Creative Directors, don't over-explain your creatives' point during a pitch or client meeting. If you brought them to the meeting it's because you thought they could articulate the work themselves. Also, there's no need for 5 people to answer the same client question. Clients hate that. Fact.
#senior level professional #ambivert #advertising #presentation skills
Ale LariuCo-Founder @ SheSays
salary negotiation skills
[While negotiating], you don't have to state your current salary - the question is not where you are, it's where you should be. Be specific and let them know what your deal breakers are.
#entry level professional #introvert #advertising #salary negotiation skills
Whitney RadiaCo-CEO/Founder @ Misfit Talent
Whenever you're having a tough time, remember that there's always someone who has a far harder job than you do right now. When thinking of others and trying to be empathetic, be careful that it doesn't come from a place of judgment and privilege. Have kindness for yourself and others, that's a much better word to use.
#extrovert #all Industries #team work
Farrah BosticFounder, Head of Strategy @ The Difference Engine