Presenter: Robin Bond, Esq.
Negotiating can be stressful for anyone! But if you want to get what you deserve, you have to be willing to advocate for yourself in an effective way that showcases your value, and does not cause those with whom you want to strike a deal to walk away – or to walk away with all the marbles.
A master of this art form is Philadelphia employment attorney Robin Bond. As the author of the book, How To Negotiate a Killer Job Offer, Robin has helped over 3,000 employees get what they want and leverage their value for career success. Mark Cuban, of Shark Tank, wrote the foreword to her book and said, “Robin’s great – buy this book!”
Robin will discuss methods for negotiating important business matters that reflect your worth, and the value you are bringing to the table. How do I ask for more money (or other benefits) in this deal? Is there any chance the other guy will pull the offer if I try to negotiate? How do I ask for certain protections without making the other side think I don’t trust them? The program will include case studies from her own experience as an attorney, and how to handle them. The information she shares is valuable to employees as well as to entrepreneurs who want to succeed. Attendees will leave with actionable strategies for negotiating to enhance and reach their economic potential.
By attending this meeting, you will learn to:
- Assess your value;
- Advocate effectively, and set the tone for your career;
- Determine what to seek when negotiating, and who and how to ask; and
- Understand the process negotiating to a successful “yes.”
About The Presenter
Robin Bond, Esq. is the principal and founder of the employment law firm Transition Strategies, LLC in Wayne, PA. She is a former prosecutor and in-house legal counsel who for the past 20+ years has represented executives in all aspects of workplace-related legal matters, including discrimination and wrongful termination claims, as well as the negotiation of severance and new employment agreements. Robin is recognized as among the nation’s top employment attorneys. She is a sought-after speaker, and has been a contributing legal commentator for national news networks for over 10 years.