If you're not a straight white man, you're most likely being underpaid at work.
The wage gap is real, and it is everywhere. You can be underpaid on your gender, race, size, age, sexuality...the list goes on. Which makes negotiation an act of radical self care and politics: when marginalized people earn more, more money flows in more directions.
Yet a lot of us are still hesitant to negotiate for more money at work.
We're afraid that bringing it up will get us in trouble.
The thought of negotiating makes our tummy hurt.
We don't know how or where to even start.
Talk Money to Me: Negotiation is the tool kit you need to tackle both the mental and the practical side of negotiation.
We walk you through how to reframe your emotional relationship to negotiation as well as practical skills like WHEN to bring the conversation up, WHAT to negotiate for, HOW to answer specific questions, and REPOSITIONING yourself if you don't get the answer you want.
With a workbook full of exercises, questions, and templates, this course is FILLED with ACTIONABLE negotiation knowledge.