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How do you make sure you’re asking for the right salary? What can you do to get the best possible offer from a prospective employer? What are some ways to overcome common obstacles like nerves or answering salary questions too soon?
Develop your salary negotiation strategies now in an interactive workshop! You will learn best practices in conducting market research, overcoming obstacles during the application process, and negotiating a final offer.
About the facilitator: An RPCV from South Africa, Dr. Ronda Ansted worked in many positions in the non-profit and international development field--including business development and recruiting--before starting her private practice, Be the Change Career Consulting. Her struggles with the job search when she was a new RPCV inspired her to work with people who want to make the world a better place, and to leverage their strengths to make meaningful and rewarding contributions to society. She is the creator of My Career Design Studio, an interactive, gamified, career coaching app based on positive psychology and neuroscience, with an international user-base!RSVP Add to Calendar 08/14/2018 17:30:00 08/14/2018 19:30:00 America/New_York The Most Important Career Conversation We Don't Want to Have: Salary Negotiation Check https://www.rpcvw.org/salary_negotiation_workshop for the latest info. 1111 20th St NW, Washington, DC 20526, United States Alyssa Dickinson email@example.com share
Please join RPCV/W and NoVa RPCVs for one more evening of the Jazz in the Garden this summer. The band will be 3Divas (swing piano trio). For more information, visit nga.gov/press/jazz. We will be meeting in the shade near the big red sculpture that is hard to miss. The National Gallery Sculpture Garden is located between Constitution Ave. and Madison Dr. -- we will be sitting closer to the Madison Dr. side of the garden.
Our RPCV/W Historian, Jesse, will arrive around 6pm -- email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 413-772-9195 if you are having trouble finding the group. Elaine Staab is the NoVa RPCVs contact and she will arrive to grab our spot around 4pm. Please use Elaine as your contact if you plan to arrive before 6pm.
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Every two years, we officially sponsor a grassroots nonprofit that shares our goals and values. We call this program our Partnership for Peace. Our current Partner is Upwardly Global.