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Mastering Salary and Position Negotiation Strategies with Jessica Notini

Unlock Your Earning & Career Advancement Potential!

Event Details:

Tuesday, February 6, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm PST


Huang Engineering Center, The Hive (Basement, Adjacent to ICME)

This event is open to:


As we navigate the negotiation of job salary and conditions, we are faced with important decisions with long reaching implications. In this context, we need to balance both the need to obtain substantively fair and beneficial terms with the need to develop and maintain positive relationships with our potential future employers. This highly interactive workshop will explore some recommended best practices around planning for and engaging in these negotiations. We will also set aside some time to practice briefly with a partner.

This workshop is currently limited to students from ICME & the Department of Statistics. Pizza will be served. If you have any questions, please get in touch with ICME Career Services: Tanya Schornack.

About the Instructor: Jessica Notini

For more than 30 years, Jessica Notini has provided hundreds of negotiation, communication, mediation, conflict resolution, facilitation and related workshops throughout the United Stated, Latin America and Europe. She has consulted with and led seminars for both private entities and public institutions and has experience adapting these workshops to the varied needs of different professionals in areas such as law, medicine, human resources, education, biotech, construction, pharmaceutical, and accounting. Her workshops are always highly interactive and dynamic.  Some of her past clients include GoogleX, Dell, Twitter, Salesforce, Genentech, Novartis, Gilead, KPMG, Microsoft, Vericomp, Bio-Rad, ViaSystems, Amgen, Cognizant, and Swinerton. Ms. Notini is also also an Adjunct Professor in the law schools at Stanford, Berkeley, UCDavis and Hastings.  She is past Chair of the California State Bar Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee and past President of the Northern California Mediation Association.


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