When women are informed, empowered and authentic when negotiating, they are masterful. This course is designed to take the mystery out of negotiating and provide women with tools and techniques to leverage their strengths and lived experiences for engaging in fearless negotiations.
Facilitator: Cynthia R. Mullins J.D., M.S., SHRM-CP: Cynthia is an experienced business law and human resources professional as well as a management professor. She is CEO & Founder of Baldwin Rise, a firm dedicated to empowering clients through legal and human resources consulting; ethics, compliance and risk mitigation; facilitation and mediation services; and academic mentoring and coaching. Cynthia currently serves as legal counsel and chief human resources officer for an international transformation management consultancy. She is also an adjunct faculty member in higher education teaching management and business law courses.
Cynthia holds a Doctor of Law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law and a Master’s degree in business ethics and compliance from Cambridge College. She successfully completed the scholar-practitioner program sponsored by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. She completed an internal coaching program at Columbia University’s Teachers College; earned a certificate in human resources management from Duke University; and earned a certificate in negotiation mastery from Harvard Business School.
Cynthia has been an active community leader for many years, serving on various non-profit boards. Currently she is on the board for Adult & Continuing Education of Martha’s Vineyard and serves as a member and regional trustee for the National Urban League.
WIL Professional Development Workshop Badge Series
3-hour LIVE Workshop Online / $125
Thursday March 16, 2023
4:00 pm (Pacific Time) / 7:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Women quite often avoid opportunities to negotiate because of fear, rejection or making the other party uncomfortable, just to name a few examples. Furthermore, women have been socialized to believe they are not good negotiators and because of this, negotiate from a place of scarcity versus abundance. Interestingly, when women are informed, empowered and authentic when negotiating, they are masterful. This course is designed to take the mystery out of negotiating and provide women with tools and techniques to leverage their strengths and lived experiences for engaging in fearless negotiations.
The workshop will entail: Group Discussions, Role Play, & Case Studies
The intended outcome of the program is to eliminate the mystery of negotiating and arm participants with tools and techniques to use.
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