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Victoria Pynchon Co-founder, She Negotiates Consulting and Training

Victoria Pynchon

Co-founder, She Negotiates Consulting and Training

Rejoin the workforce without losing ground

  • Price: Negotiable

Most women leave the workforce at one time or another, whether to raise children or care for a sick relative. But why should this cripple your career? Lisa Gates and Victoria Pynchon of She Negotiates will talk you or your group through practical methods for getting what you are worth when you return to work. That means how to identify and ask for the right salary, how to address the time you were gone, how to frame your skills and dedication so that they are an asset, and how to close the deal.

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Get a great salary right out of college

  • 60 minutes
  • Price: $99.00

Every woman graduating from college must learn to negotiate her salary or lose up to a million dollars over the course of her career. Victoria Pynchon will teach you practical, realistic techniques for getting a salary well beyond what you might have been willing to simply accept. This includes: knowing how much to ask for; what language to use to ask for it; how to make clear the grounds for that salary; what to do about a counter-offer; knowing when to say yes—and when to say no. Offered at $99/person, so encourage a friend to join. Makes a great graduation gift!

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Keynote Speaker and Trainer

  • Price: Negotiable

Victoria's most popular keynote and training is Negotiation for Women, although she also speaks on negotiation strategy and tactics for both genders. She is available to keynote your annual meeting or provide training to your people in-house or at company or firm retreats.

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  • Price: Negotiable

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Testimonials

Testimonial from: Attendant at Victoria's most recent appearance at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women in October of 2012

Victoria Pynchon was amazeballs. There is just no other word. She was funny and brilliant and communicated to a bunch of women about why we, as women, fail to negotiate for what we are actually worth and for what we really want. She was in person exactly what I would have expected after reading her articles for years. I must have taken four pages of notes. I waited in line to meet her after the seminar, but she got whisked away to do a book signing. Still, she took her time with everyone who came up to speak to her before the aforementioned whisking, dispensing wisdom like it was candy.