Speaker: Lusen Mendel https://www.dangoormendel.com/
Host : Scoop https://www.takescoop.com
Scoop is the largest enterprise carpooling solution in the United States, partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking organizations like LinkedIn, T-Mobile, and Workday to offer convenient and enjoyable carpooling to their workforces. By helping to make employees happier, healthier, and more productive in their day-to-day lives, Scoop supports organizations delivering exceptional employee experience, giving them an advantage in an ever-evolving, competitive landscape.
Before event - Check in at the front desk and sign their NDA. (Here is a copy: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1u19QriQw6K1C2TP9_Ohq4nd5MycKMSnFd4xp8KaaFhU/edit?usp=sharing)
6:30 Grab snacks and get settled
6:45 Welcome from Scoop and WWCode SF
7:00 Workshop by Lusen Mendel: Offer Negotiation And Self-Advocacy
8:30 End of event
Make The Most Of It: Offer Negotiation And Self-Advocacy
Everyone deserves to make the most of their career opportunities, but it can be difficult to discuss compensation expectations and negotiate an offer. This workshop will give you a concrete mental model and specific statements you can use for two common candidate situations:
1. Discussing compensation expectations at the beginning of an application
2. Negotiating an initial job offer after interviewing
For those interested in getting a raise, we can discuss some helpful communication and self-advocacy techniques at the end, too.
Lusen Mendel / they / them provides personalized support to candidates via DangoorMendel.com, a small business that helps individuals ace their interviews (technical and non-technical), negotiate offers, and create healthy employment relationships with recruiters and managers. Through this work Lusen has helped numerous individuals not only get the job of their dreams, but also feel good about the terms of their employment.
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