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Too often, however, negotiating is adversarial, with one side or both seeking to win at the expense of the other, with little regard for balance. To make my case, I have a story about Jane, a higher education Free Agent (sort of).
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In Negotiating in Academia, participants will learn basic techniques on how to negotiate once they’ve been offered a teaching opportunity.
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In Negotiation Basics, participants will learn the importance of negotiating and a few basic rules they should follow after they’ve been offered a position.
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Supervisory relationships are an important part of our work life. Sometimes, we can feel stuck when we experience conflict with our supervisors. There are a few ways to manage difficult relationships with the colleagues we to which we report.
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If you have great experiences but still aren’t getting calls from employers, it could be your resume. Employers are looking for specific items and if your resume doesn’t have them, you could be missing out on your next great opportunity.
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Without going into the science behind it, the fundamental rule of the Law of Attraction is, that like attracts like, so in order to attract what we want, we must become it.
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Empty nests provide employees opportunities to reset work-life balance, reignite passion for work, and are an untapped labor pool for employers.
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Not sure how to handle you first job offer negotiation? Here are some tips to help you go into your negotiation with confidence!
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When it comes to writing your CV, specialist skills are important but don’t neglect the 4 soft skills that absolutely must be on your CV.
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We are often told how important it is to find a mentor to help us navigate our professional lives. It may be beneficial to consider multiple mentors to provide diverse perspectives and expertise in different parts of our careers.

 
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