Universally, the gender wage gap persists, with women earning about 25% less than men get paid! There are many external factors contributing to this pay inequity. But women can also take individual responsibility and let go of the factors that inhibit their ability to get paid what they are worth.
In this highly engaging PWN Webinar, Dr Patty Ann Tubin, an internationally recognized expert on communication and negotiations, will show you exactly what you need to do to get paid what you are worth by:
PWN Co-President Rob Baker will host the webinar and ask Dr Patty Ann to share all her negotiation secrets.
To learn more about Dr. Patty Ann, please go to her website: www.drpattyann.com.READ MORE
As aspiring and emerging leaders, there is a certain point in your career, that it is about more then getting the job done, working hard and keeping your head down. Recognising that you have a responsibility for raising your own profile and it is part of your job can be an uncomfortable truth fo...READ MORE
‘When you get out of your own way … magic happens.’ - Judy Reynolds When we’re perpetually stressed and worried, or we’re not quite where we want to be in our careers or in our lives generally, it’s tempting to point the blame squarely on external factors. We might attribute our stress to our d...READ MORE
Women are, on average, retiring with only 60% of the pension savings of their male colleagues. What makes this even more of an issue is that because women on average live longer than men, these savings actually need to be more, not less. So how has this come about? Well the gender salary gap...READ MORE
Long recognised as the pre-eminent authority on women's leadership, the Simmons Leadership Conference is coming to Dublin, Ireland on November 13-14, 2018. This year's conference theme, Disrupt the Ordinary, centres on the need to change how we think, behave, and do business in an era of accelera...READ MORE
When faced with the challenging task of broaching a sensitive subject at work, most people feel condemned to make a choice – either cut to the chase and be direct, but appear brutal and abrupt; or tiptoe around the subject through fear of upsetting or offending the other person. Either carries r...READ MORE