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Live Chat: Women And Negotiation – Busting the Stereotypes, Dissecting the Statistics And Fixing The Problem

Join Leadership Editor Kathleen Davis, Victoria Pynchon, cofounder of She Negotiates, and Carol Frohlinger, cofounder of Negotiating Women, Inc., on Wednesday, January 21 at 11 a.m. ET for a discussion about the pay gap, negotiation, and how everyone can finally get what they want.

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Few people actually like negotiation, but statistics, studies, and anecdotal evidence show that women not only negotiate less frequently than men, but they often end up with less.

We’ll take a critical eye to the stereotypes, break down how both men and women can change their approach to the situation, and figure out how we can change the future. 

Two experts on women and negotiation will participate in the conversation.

Victoria Pynchon is the cofounder of She Negotiates. A lawyer with more than 25 years of experience who has written two books on dispute resolution, she’s focused on closing the gender wage gap and is a negotiation consultant, trainer, and speaker.

Carol Frohlinger is the cofounder of Negotiating Women, Inc.a negotiation expert and former sales executive, commercial banker, and practicing attorney. She has written two books on women and negotiation and is a frequent speaker on the topic.

Join the discussion with us on Wednesday, January 21 at 11 a.m. ET.

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