How to Command Higher Compensation: Negotiating a Winning Salary Workshop on April 9

Workshop on Salary Negotiation to be hosted by the College of Business and Economics

A workshop on “How to Command Higher Compensation: Negotiating a Winning Salary” is set to take place on April 9. The session will be led by Scott Sorrell, a lecturer in marketing and an international speaker who specializes in providing training to Fortune 500 corporations on sales, negotiation, and marketing. This event is aimed at both undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning how to secure higher pay from their employers or clients.

The workshop is being organized by Business and Career Services within the College of Business and Economics. It will be held on April 9 from 4:30-6 p.m. in room 3230 of Steven G. Mihaylo Hall. Those interested in attending can register for the event online. This workshop promises to be highly informative and beneficial for students who want to learn effective negotiation strategies for commanding higher compensation in their careers.

Sorrell has extensive experience working with top corporations worldwide and has developed successful training programs that help individuals achieve their career goals through effective communication, negotiation, and marketing strategies.

During the workshop, Sorrell will share his insights into how to negotiate a winning salary by discussing key principles such as understanding your value, researching market rates, presenting your case effectively, and building strong relationships with your employer or clients.

The session aims to provide students with practical tools they can use immediately after the workshop to secure higher compensation in their future jobs or projects. By attending this workshop, students will gain valuable knowledge that will help them succeed in their careers.

In conclusion, this workshop is an excellent opportunity for students who want to learn how to negotiate a winning salary with their employers or clients. The session promises to be highly informative and practical, giving participants the skills they need to succeed in their careers while also providing valuable insights into effective negotiation strategies that can be applied across various industries.

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