EVENT - Sept 30th - Dayton, Ohio : It Pays to Negotiate!

In the up and coming Lean In Coffee Shop Meeting, learn concrete strategies you can use to effectively negotiate for what you want—and there’s a lot more you can gain than just a salary increase.

You will also learn about the many benefits of negotiating and how gender stereotypes can influence the negotiation process.

Our Lean In Circle bonds over coffee, an occasional glass of wine and friendship. Connecting through Lean In education and conversation, we are building the sort of peer support and sponsorship that's needed to thrive as professionals and leaders.
All are welcome. We are an inclusive community- we welcome any gender and/or anyone facing intersectional challenges.
Moderator:  Brittney Paxton
Please download the following pdf for this up and coming meeting:
Join the Coffee shop Circle for Free! It's where busy women connect to locate sponsorship, mentorship and support! We meet once a month throughout the Dayton, Ohio region!

Date: September 30th
Time: 1:00 to 3:pm easten
Location: Dayton Metro Library, 215 E 3rd St, Dayton, OH
RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/LEAN-IN-OHIO/
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