Men are 3 times more likely than women to ask for what they want...AND GET IT! 

  • You can ask for what you want even if you've gotten a "no" in the past. 
  • You can get your team to follow directions even if you have no direct authority over them. 
  • You can get your ideas implemented even if you get talked over or interrupted. 

  • Make more money on every project, get that raise or promotion by using your natural collaboration skills.
  • Get control of your time & stop stressing about unrealistic deadlines by managing expectations.  
  • Feel comfortable in any situation where you have to ask for what you want by using your natural Emotional Intelligence.  
  • Get clear about what's important to the other person, then help him/her look good by using your natural empathy skills
  • Get paid and recognized for the work you do by diplomatically re-scoping projects as they expand.  

Without the fear of making others mad, losing your clients, getting rejected or damaging a profitable relationship.  

If you’ve been struggling with things like:

  • Getting paid what you're really worth 
  • Maintaining the scope of your projects so they don't spiral out of control and take over your life
  • Getting your team or hired helpers on board so you're working toward the same goals 

If you’ve read books about negotiation, books about communication, books by amazing women leaders like Cheryl Sandberg, Tara Mohr and Brene Brown, then you know how hard it can be to actually say out loud the words you need to say.

It's tense. Your stomach may tighten, your face may turn red, your voice may rise an octave (or two). 

You don’t have to do it alone. 

The course includes: 

  • A confidence boost when you need it most: Access to Office Hours, live coaching calls where you can log in and share your struggles. Get live feedback and coaching, plus hear what others are struggling with. And of course you’ll hear success stories about skills that work. This live community discussion will give you confidence that you’re not in this alone and that you can do it! 
  • The right information in the right amount of time: Just enough to get you to the next level without drowning you in information overload. You're busy and want a lot of bang for your buck with both what you pay and how much time you can spend. 
  • Easy to implement building blocks: Broken into chunks so you can practice one thing at a time. Each skill you’ll learn to use, come to the Office Hours to practice, and then use at work and at home. Habits are changed by tackling one thing at a time, practicing and using a new skill until it becomes a habit. 
  • The speed you need: You can go through the course in one sitting, go through it one skill at a time, or go through it multiple times. You have lifetime access to the course. 

What she says

Here are a few ladies who used the skills: 

  • Meghan was passed over for inclusion onto an influential leadership team. She felt she could add tremendous value to the team and was confused why she wasn’t invited. Instead of silently fuming about it, as she would have done in the past, Meghan learned how to ask what the selection criteria was and how to tell her boss that she was interested in being included. 
  • Gen was the only woman in her department and constantly being called, “honey” and “sweetheart.” She felt that if she spoke up, she’d be labeled the “b” word or worse, so she went home mad every day instead of speaking up. Gen learned how to change that dynamic. She learned what to say and how to say it so that she can ask for what she wants without being labeled negatively. 
  • Paula had fallen into the common habit of apologizing for everything at work. When a colleague asked her even a simple question, “Paula, what are you doing for this project?” she immediately went into apologizing mode, assuming that the colleague was asking because she had done something wrong, “I’m sorry, are you waiting for me to finish that?” She didn’t know why she did it or how to stop herself. She learned that apologizing was giving away her power and that powerless people are more likely to be scorned, creating a negative cycle. She learned how to reclaim her power and to replace apologies with clarifying questions. 
  • Kim was negotiating for a big new job. She had a sense of what she wanted but didn’t know how to structure her conversation to get it. Kim learned how to get clear about what she wanted and then how to uncover what’s important to the other person. She also learned how to clearly talk about why she was the best person for the job and she did it in a way that appealed directly to the person she was negotiating with. 

Like Meghan, Gen, Paula and Kim, you can Negotiate With Confidence!