Negotiating for Women Worldwide

Learn the Skills Necessary to Represent Yourself Effectively
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (59 ratings)
2,979 students
English
Students will feel more confident in representing themselves in conversations that require negotiations that could be consequential.

Requirements

  • No tools are required. What is required is a desire to learn, listen, and to develop the skills to effectively negotiate on your own behalf.

Description

Gain the skills and the confidence needed to effectively communicate on your behalf and your family's behalf. You can use the skills you will develop in this course in a community or professional setting to accomplish your goals. Learn the art and the science behind negotiating for richer compensation packages normally reserved for elite executives.

Who this course is for:

  • Every person of every age that interacts with anyone anywhere in the world or universe.

Course content

3 sections9 lectures43m total length
  • Introduction
    01:08

Instructor

Responsible for Rai$ing One Billion for Nonprofits
Ann Braun
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 59 Reviews
  • 2,986 Students
  • 1 Course

Ann Welch Braun has served as a senior associate dean at the University of Southern California. Before USC she worked at the University of Florida College of Medicine, where she served as associate dean of development and alumni affairs.  She and her team in Florida increased giving to medicine by 350 percent over the past four years as compared to the previous four-year period.  She was recruited to the University of Florida in 2005 to lead the Campaign for Medicine, part of a $1.5 billion university-wide campaign already in progress.  Ms. Braun built the development team from a staff of five to 29 professionals serving two campuses during the successful development campaign that raised $180 million under her leadership for scholarships, research fellows, professorships and facilities.

 

Before joining the University of Florida, Ms. Braun worked at the University of Michigan in medical development and alumni relations.  She was the first fundraiser to bridge development efforts between pediatrics and C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital, leading to the Champions for Children Campaign, which resulted in the construction of a new children’s hospital.

 

Prior to moving into development, Ms. Braun spent 13 years in educational sales with a subsidiary of Berkshire-Hathaway.  Ms. Braun holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Organizational Communications.