The Association for Women in Computing, Puget Sound Chapter (AWC-PS) is hosting Negotiating Compensation: The Secrets to Establishing Your Worth with consultant, trainer and coach, Sherri Edwards, Principal, The Resource Maximizer, on April 21, at 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Mezza Café, 3rd floor, Starbuck’s Center
Many of us believe we are underpaid, or don’t know how to respond when asked our salary requirements. Find out how to know and claim your market value for a new role or prove your value to your current employer. Ms. Edwards will explain how to effectively counter an offer, request a raise, or make changes to your existing role. Topics include how to prepare, relevance of timing, reflecting company needs, presenting value, negotiating for money or other points and thinking out of the box.
Ms. Edwards held operations/sales management, consulting and training positions in service driven organizations prior to starting her consulting business 12 years ago. She offers coaching for individuals pursuing a career change, either by design or through downsizing, merger, or when returning to the workplace. Her clients learn how to identify their workplace demand and value, and how to market themselves effectively to obtain the type of work that fuels their passions and allows them to live their dreams.
In addition to providing one-on-one consulting, Ms. Edwards conducts job search and strategic networking workshops for small groups, and outplacement classes for employers. She also provides training classes covering managing multiple commitments, goal setting, effective communication and conflict resolution.
Speaker Sherri Edwards, Principal, The Resource Maximizer,
Date Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Time 5:30pm-7:00pm: Registration, networking and dinner
7-8:30pm: Presentation, Q&A and networking
Location Starbucks Support Center (map)
Mezza Cafe Conference Room, Third Floor
2401 Utah Ave. S.; Seattle, WA 98134. Free parking in the lot in front of Starbucks/Sears.
Pricing AWC members: $15, PMI members: $25, Non-AWC members: $30.
Registration Register online. Learn more about becoming a member!.
More Info Visit http://www.awcps.org/meetings/apr2009.php
The Association for Women in Computing (AWC) is a national, nonprofit, professional organization for women and men with an interest in information technology. The purpose of the Puget Sound Chapter is to promote awareness on issues affecting women in the computing industry, further the professional development and advancement of women in computing, and encourage women to enter computing as a career.
Official Website: http://www.awcps.org
Added by pollyln1948 on March 31, 2009