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4 Must Watch TedTalks by Women Leaders

Quick Lessons from Women Leaders that inspire action to drive change. Color blind or color brave? Talk by Mellody Hobson · Mellody is president of Ariel Investments, a value-driven money management firm -- and an advocate for financial literacy and investor education. "The first step to solving any problem is to not hide from it, and the first step to any form of action is awareness." ~ Mellody Hobson Your body language may shape who you are Talk by Amy Cuddy · Amy’s research on body language reveals that we can change other people’s perceptions — and perhaps even our own body chemistry — simply by changing body positions. "When we think of nonverbals, we think of how we judge others. … We t

Start Negotiating Great Deals

80% of the negotiation is the preparation If you are presented with a good deal, how do you know there's not a great deal as an alternative option? The only way to distinguish between the two is to know the details. Talk to people with Read industry reports Think outside of the box on creative ways to reach agreement It's easy to prepare the negotiation and make assumptions to confirm ideas. However, assumptions do not always correlate with facts therefore, work to challenge assumptions by asking questions and pulling data to make the best informed decisions. Pre-order Don't Leave Money on The Table

Get Noticed, Get Promoted - The Course

1. Articulate Your Accomplishments 2.Express Career Aspiration Hoping that someone will notice your hard work and give you a promotion or raise rarely happens. Confidently express your career aspirations while showing commitment in your current role. 3.Deal with Feedback The way you receive and give feedback is an underrated skillset that becomes apart of your professional brand. Speaking the truth allows you to use your strengths and navigate your weaknesses in the workplace. Articulate Your Accomplishments Performance reviews can be scary because you don't know how you measure up with everyone else. The key to a successful performance review is to articulate the value you add to the employ

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