Thanks, Melody! I just posted this on iCareers.
On Thu Jan 19 08:24:56 2017, melcl...@uw.edu wrote:

  Negotiate Like a Pro: Get the Raise, Land the Deal, & Create Your Own Luck

  When: January 24, 2017, 6-8pm

  Where: General Assembly Seattle (1218 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101)

  Tickets ($25):
  
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/negotiate-like-a-pro-get-the-raise-land-the-deal-create-your-own-luck-tickets-31183301093

  Why?

  Does the thought of negotiating make your palms sweat?

  Have you ever sidestepped an important negotiation and left thousands of
  dollars on the table?

  We all have.


  Whether you're going for a raise, an overdue promotion, purchasing a house,
  or creating your own business, your success depends on solid negotiation
  skills.

  How do you master negotiation?

  Join us for a for a panel discussion with some of the best in the business.
  Bring your burning questions and be prepared to level up.

  Our panelists:

  SONJA PRICE, founder of Dynamo Careers - An excecutive coach and leadership
  development strategist, Sonja helps clients take their careers to the next
  level, positioning them for new career opportunities, landing bigger
  benefits packages, and negotiating double-digit salary increases.

  DAN LEE, VP of PR Talent - Dan has a gift for getting in the door, and
  creating his own luck. A former Weber Shandwick senior executive turned PR
  recruiter, Dan has coached executives at the Bill & Melinda Gates
  Foundation, Microsoft and Nike on message delivery and becoming brand
  storytellers. His insights in positioning and branding help his clients
  land their dream jobs.

  KINDLE SHAW, political insider. Kindle has served four City of Seattle
  mayors and their top policy advisors. Negotiating deals from the inside,
  she knows how to gain influence, build strategic allies, and move the dial
  on projects big and small.

  LISA NOVAK, real estate agent for Avenue Properties. A win-win negotiator,
  Lisa brings creative solutions to difficult situations. The result? In 2016
  she broke real estate sales records. For her, success is more than hard
  work, it's about thinking outside of the box. Lisa's innovative approach
  makes her one of the most successful agents in Seattle.

  TAMARA ADLIN, president of Adlin, Inc. Tamara's the go-to source in
  customer experience strategy, and has worked with everyone from Apple to
  Zillow. She believes negotiation is an essential superpower. A passionate
  advocate, she's the one you want on speed dial when an important negotation
  comes up. Fortunately for us, Tamara's developed an easy set of rules to
  ace any negotation, and get what you deserve.

  Your Host:


  TRACA SAVADOGO has interviewed over 100 experts in negotiation, talking
  with everyone from recruiters to agents, athletes, and those who broker
  deals between nations. This is the second in her public series on
  negotiation. Attendees from the first event went on to successfully
  negotiate: salary bumps, new titles, sign on bonuses, and book deals.

  When: January 24, 2017, 6-8pm

  Where: General Assembly Seattle (1218 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101)

  Tickets ($25):
  
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/negotiate-like-a-pro-get-the-raise-land-the-deal-create-your-own-luck-tickets-31183301093


  Schedule:

  6:00 - 6:15PM - Arrival & Networking

  6:15 - 7:30PM - Panel Discussion

  7:30 - 8:00PM - Q&A

  Event link:
  
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/negotiate-like-a-pro-get-the-raise-land-the-deal-create-your-own-luck-tickets-31183301093
 
(https://www.eventbrite.com/e/negotiate-like-a-pro-get-the-raise-land-the-deal-create-your-own-luck-tickets-31183301093)

  --

  Melody Clark

  Communications Manager

  Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA)

  University of Washington Information School

  melcl...@uw.edu (mailto:melcl...@uw.edu) | 206.303.7910

  Twitter: @taschagroup (https://twitter.com/taschagroup) | @melodyrclark 
(https://twitter.com/#!/melodyrclark)

  tascha.uw.edu (http://tascha.uw.edu/)

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