dcsimg

Seven Tips to Help Professionals Negotiate Like Ninjas

  • Seven Tips to Help Professionals Negotiate Like Ninjas-

    Negotiators can gain an advantage by taking the initiative to write a draft plan for whatever it is they are proposing.  This kind of plan is strengthened if there’s also a signature or approval line.  By illuminating the key details of your proposal, you save the other side time (particularly if they need to vet it with someone else) and make it easy for them to say “yes.”

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9

Seven Tips to Help Professionals Negotiate Like Ninjas

  • 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
  • Seven Tips to Help Professionals Negotiate Like Ninjas-7

    Negotiators can gain an advantage by taking the initiative to write a draft plan for whatever it is they are proposing.  This kind of plan is strengthened if there’s also a signature or approval line.  By illuminating the key details of your proposal, you save the other side time (particularly if they need to vet it with someone else) and make it easy for them to say “yes.”

Negotiating on the job is one of the most untapped career strategies among professionals, even though these are the most financially significant conversations we have at work!  Selena Rezvani, an author and career expert writing for LinkedIn, is not just referring to salary requests here, but negotiations about flexible work arrangements, parental leave plans, part-time work schedules — even deciding work assignments we accept.

Here are a handful of her favorite negotiating tips for strengthening your confidence and impact at work.

More Slideshows:


Five Cloud Computing Trends Affecting Cloud Strategy Through 2015 Trends that will be accelerating, shifting or reaching a tipping point over the next three years and that users must factor into their planning processes.

Notebooks Remain Best Business Productivity Choice, For Now Five reasons why notebooks are simply a better productivity choice for business.

Security Staffing Climbed Sharply in 2011 Although the numbers vary considerably by industry, information security staff now makes up roughly one out of every 200 employees.