Description: Win–Win Career Negotiations is a comprehensive—yet practical—guide to negotiating your employment agreement or offer letter. Learn the strategies that work, time after time.
Win–Win Career Negotiations shows you how to:
- Apply proven negotiations tactics (from the best-selling book, Getting to YES) to all aspects of the hiring and career development process.
- Navigate your way through the negotiation maze, including the initial interview, salary, stock options, bonus, benefits, relocation, severance, annual reviews and everyday on-the-job negotiations with co-workers.
- Learn negotiating strategies through the real-life experiences of successful executives in leading corporations.
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This book will show you how to: - Develop successful career negotiations strategies through a step-by-step process - Negotiate all elements of your employment agreement, including:
-- Stock options
-- Noncompete / Nonsolicitation
-- Annual reviews - Identify the right questions to ask during the hiring process - "Read" the interviewer - Sharpen your focus - Engage the interviewer and develop rapport - Emulate the successful strategies of leading executivesAbout the Author:
Peter Goodman is a nationally known specialist on careers and job-search issues. His company, MyJobCoach, Inc., was founded as a comprehensive online career resource for people in job transition, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Washington Business Journal. Goodman has more than 10 years of fusing employment needs with technology. He has founded several organizations, including MSI Software, Inc., a medical staffing software development company. As the President and CEO for 7 years, he led this company through market leadership, servicing such clientele as Harvard, John Hopkins, UCLA Medical Center, Cornell, and an additional 1,200 major healthcare institutions. His earlier launch, University Scholarship Publications was an innovative advertising/marketing operation targeting university students.
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