Salary Negotiation: What to say and how to say it confidently

Salary Negotiation: What to say and how to say it confidently

Want to achieve the best paid value for your work? Are you feeling frustrated that you are being underpaid? Our new workshop will help you learn about current market salaries, competitive rates, and an effective salary negotiation process. Learn how to approach supervisors for increases in both salary and benefits and conduct a successful negotiation meeting.

Nearly 57% of people do not negotiate when they receive a job offer and nearly half of those people feel uncomfortable doing so. Facilitated by an experienced human resources professional, Sandy Moore, has an extensive background in presenting a wide variety of career development workshops and working with everyone from graduating students to C-Suite executives.

The workshop will engage the audience by providing practical tips, a thorough understanding of the negotiation process and within a participatory and open-question format.

Your takeaways will include:

  • Valuable resources for understanding total compensation
  • Tips for internal and external negotiation processes
  • Confidence to prepare for a successful negotiation meeting

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
5:00-7:30 pm

5:00 pm – Registration (light refreshments will be served)
5:30 pm – Workshop and roleplay session
7:00 pm – Networking and mingling

UBC Robson Square
Room C150/180
800 Robson St, Vancouver, BC – map


This workshop is sold out.

About the Speaker

Sandy Moore, BEd, M.Couns, CPHR – Senior Consultant, Career Transition and HR Services at Optimum Talent

As a Senior Career Consultant and HR Specialist, Sandy Moore brings over 25 years of diverse experience including human resources, career coaching and transition, recruitment and selection, salary compensation, succession planning, employee retention and performance management.

Previously, Sandy was the HR Director for a top 10 public accounting firm in BC, receiving North American recognition for best practices in recruiting. Additionally, she held the role of Senior Consultant for a global career management firm, and consistently achieved top results as a Senior Recruiter with an established placement agency in downtown Vancouver.

Sandy provides ongoing workshops focusing in interviewing and salary negotiation for the UBC Sauder graduate programs, and held the title of Manager of MBA Careers at Simon Fraser University. She consistently creates and facilitates numerous seminars focusing on the career management process for a variety of industries, and continues to contract to organizations for HR best practices.

Sandy holds a Master of Counseling and Bachelor of Education, in addition to professional designations in Human Resources, and certifications in various vocational assessment tools.

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