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Nov262018

How Women Strike Incredible Deals (And How You Can Too)

Analyze Your Options

Men tend to have a “screw it; I’ll wing it attitude” whereas the ladies are thorough. If they make a decision, they understand the pros and cons like the back of their hand. Use this to your advantage as a woman by checking out the opportunities on the market and choosing between the best offers. Guys might not know www.edwardtechnology.com has a no contracts offer which gives you the flexibility to cancel at any time. You do thanks to your research, and that means you can make an informed decision.

Be Succinct

One of the flaws of women in the workplace according to Forbes is that they don’t get to the point. They can meander along without saying what they mean. In a negotiation, this will bore the other parties and they won’t listen. You need to be dynamic and exciting, so it’s vital that you are concise. Don’t be afraid to be short and snappy because most attention spans wander off after less than ten minutes.

Getting the best deal for you and your firm is about realizing your faults and trying to correct them.

Being a woman can feel like a stumbling block in business. As a female in a male-dominated industry, it’s difficult to get people to take you seriously. Lots of men are willing to listen and work hand-in-hand, yet some are old school entrepreneurs who still think a woman’s place is in the kitchen.

The truth is there are incredible women out there negotiating awesome deals. They’re taking names and cashing checks. Trying to recreate their success is difficult when 20% of women never haggle; they accept an offer and go on their merry way.

All that can change by understanding the powers of persuasion which you possess as a woman.

The Change-Up

Acting like a lady isn’t the way to get what you want at work. Research shows men tend to get promotions and pay bumps because they aren’t as agreeable. On top of that, the guys are happy to tell their bosses what they expect. The result is that the management notices these people more and then they strike a deal. Not all women are agreeable, but you might not be forward either. Business women can keep up with the Joneses by changing their approach to be more aggressive. Otherwise, they face the prospect of getting left behind. Http://edition.cnn.com has tips on how to find the right balance.

Listen And Learn

While their forthcoming nature can lead to advantages for the boys, it isn’t a great plan all around. Getting into arguments with other people is a surefire way to make them say no out of pure spite. Yes, that happens in this industry. While pointing out what you want from the negotiations, it’s also essential to use your listening skills. Www.forbes.com points out that a woman’s communication strengths are to listen and read body language. Once the opposite party provides the info, you can find a middle ground but one which suits you the best.

 

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