Would you like to make more money on your job or to generate higher revenues if you're a business owner? The sad truth is that most women aren't getting paid what they're worth - and often, the problem is that we don't negotiate effectively, if we negotiate at all.
In The Art of Negotiating for Women, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, shares everything you need to learn to become a successful negotiator and earn the pay you deserve.
This 11-part video course will give you the confidence, the knowledge, the tools and the resources you need to do any of the following:
- ask for a merit-based raise and get it
- increase the prices you charge clients
- deal with any nervousness you may feel about negotiating
- find out the salary for any position, in any industry
- bring your "A Game" to any negotiation
- understand what employers and clients think of you (when you don't negotiate)
- determine the value of other things, besides compensation
- understand exactly how to know (and show!) your financial worth
- overcome objections to your request for a pay increase
- embrace the power of saying "No"
- go from being a wallflower in the negotiating room to a ROSE
The Art of Negotiating for Women is your step-by-step course for earning more money and becoming comfortable at salary negotiations. This video class is vitally important for any working person - but it's especially valuable for women, as we typically don't negotiate and studies show that women earn just 75 cents for every dollar that men earn.
Don't continue wasting all your efforts, ideas, talents and hard work. Get paid what you deserve by taking The Art of Negotiating for Women today!
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®, is a personal finance expert, speaker, and author of 15 money-management books, including the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom.
Lynnette has been seen on more than 1,000 TV segments nationwide, including television appearances on Oprah, Dr. Phil, The Dr. Oz Show, The Steve Harvey Show, Good Morning America, The TODAY Show, and many more.
A former financial news journalist, Lynnette now co-owns TheMoneyCoach.net LLC, a financial education company that she runs with her husband, Earl Cox.
Together, they offer a broad range of financial education consulting and services.
As a subject matter expert on numerous personal finance topics – including credit and debt; savings and budgeting; college financing; mortgages and homeownership; as well as entrepreneurship and wealth building – Lynnette helps organizations of all kind develop and roll out high-quality financial literacy programs and campaigns.
She also creates financial education curriculum and content, and provides strategic counsel to companies, non-profits, government agencies or educational institutions that want to launch financial products, services, apps or other tools.
Before starting TheMoneyCoach.net in 2003, Lynnette was a Wall Street
Journal reporter for CNBC, where she covered business and personal finance news. Lynnette spent nearly 10 years at Dow Jones & Co. Inc. working as a reporter, bureau chief, deputy managing editor and personal finance editor.
Prior to her work at Dow Jones, Lynnette was a correspondent for The Philadelphia Inquirer, a writer and assistant producer for WTXF (FOX-TV) in Philadelphia, and a writer for the Associated Press in Los Angeles.
Lynnette earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of California, Irvine. She also holds a Master of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California.
Lynnette is a native of Los Angeles but now lives in the greater Houston area with her husband and business partner, Earl Cox.
Together, they are the proud parents of 3 children – including one recent college graduate, one current college student, and one college-bound teenager.
To learn more about Lynnette, visit her free advice site, AskTheMoneyCoach.com, check out her video-based financial courses at Money Coach University, or connect with Lynnette on social media via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
"This is information has been very helpful to me as I am seeking employment. Lynnette, you are correct when you said that women are not taught how to negotiate. I feel like I'm armed with knowledge and will be prepared for many upcoming interviews."
- Janetta P. - Student
PreviewIntroduction to The Art of Negotiating for Women (4:47)
StartDealing with Nervousness (15:42)
StartWhat do Employers Think of You? (11:09)
StartBring Your A Game (9:14)
StartYour Secret Negotiating Weapon: Show Your Praise Folder (10:18)
StartUse The 5% Range Rule (11:28)
StartValue Other Variables (6:57)
StartHow to Know and Show Your Worth (10:43)
StartOvercoming Objections to a Request for a Pay Raise (14:06)
StartThe Power of Saying No (12:28)
StartGo From a Wallflower to a ROSE (4:28)