Workshop on Salary Negotiation to be hosted by the College of Business and Economics

Breaking the Salary Barrier: A Workshop on Winning Negotiations

Business and Career Services within the College of Business and Economics is organizing a workshop titled “How to Command Higher Compensation: Negotiating a Winning Salary” on April 9. This workshop will be led by Scott Sorrell, a lecturer in marketing, and is aimed at both undergraduate and graduate students who want to learn how to secure higher pay from their employers or clients.

Sorrell is an international speaker who provides training to Fortune 500 corporations on topics such as sales, negotiation, and marketing. He has extensive experience in helping individuals and organizations achieve their goals through effective communication and negotiation strategies.

The workshop will be held on April 9 from 4:30-6 p.m. in room 3230 of Steven G. Mihaylo Hall. Those interested in attending can register for the event online. This workshop promises to be highly informative and beneficial for students who want to learn effective negotiation strategies for commanding higher compensation in their careers.

During the workshop, participants will learn how to identify their value as an employee or contractor, develop effective negotiation skills, and negotiate with confidence in any situation. They will also learn how to handle difficult negotiations with grace and professionalism.

If you are interested in learning more about this exciting opportunity or have any questions about the workshop, please contact Business and Career Services at [insert contact information here].


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