november 2022

22nov12:00 pm12:30 pmWin-Win NegotiationLeadership Coach12:00 pm - 12:30 pm ET Online Event Organized By: Forté Events

Event Details

Whether you’re negotiating for a raise or haggling over the price of a used car, the negotiation doesn’t have to be a win/lose situation. When negotiations are done right, both sides are happy with the outcome.

Being able to negotiate confidently for what you want is a critical skill. There are different styles of negotiations, and knowing how and when to use them will strengthen your professional and personal relationships — and help you advance in your career. To become a better negotiator, join us for this 30-minute session.

Amy Orlov, Director of Professional Programs at Forté, will get things started with a 10-minute overview of the different negotiation styles and when they’re most useful. Then we’ll invite attendees to share their current negotiation challenges, and as a group, we’ll coach each other on the best ways to achieve a win/win outcome.

About Our Speaker

This Leadership Coach session is led by Amy Orlov the Director of Professional Programs at Forté. In her role at Forté, Amy introduces women to new ideas and deep networks. She is focused on finding new ways to leverage and extend Forté’s programming to support both professional women and the organizations in which they operate. Amy is also a co-author and architect of the Forté Allies for Gender Equity (formerly Men as Allies) initiatives which offer men a framework to be stronger allies in gender equity.

This webinar is ideal for working professionals.


Note: Leadership Coach sessions are not recorded because we want everyone to feel free to speak candidly.

Forté webinars are produced for the benefit of our members. Information provided on this webinar should not be reproduced, distributed, or published without the written consent of Forté and permission from individual speakers. If you wish to use our content, please contact Forté for permission.


(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm ET



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