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August 10, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
General Assembly

About This Event

It pays to be persuasive — especially when it comes to your career. Negotiation can lead to higher salaries, greater startup equity, and better titles, yet most of us accept the first offer we get because we don’t have the skills or strategies to try. Before your next career move, join General Assembly and Lean in to learn key negotiation strategies you can take to the table with confidence.

Throughout the evening, you’ll learn why negotiation is so important, the right (and wrong) ways to negotiate, tips and tricks for success, and how to graciously accept a disappointing result.

About the Speaker

 Best Selling Author, Career Coach

Jacqueline Twillie is an Amazon Best Selling author, speaker, blogger, and career coach. She has a corporate background working for organizations such as Victoria’s Secret, Gannett, AT&T, and the CDC. Jacqueline is the Local Atlanta Levo League Leader. Her mission is to help elevate the careers of young professionals by bridging the gap between who they are and who they want to become.

Jacqueline began building her expertise in career development and coaching while she worked for an IT staffing and recruiting company in Metro Atlanta. During this time, she worked closely with hiring managers from Fortune 500 Companies assisting them with filling in-demand job positions. Jacqueline has coached numerous professionals which resulted in them successfully landing new positions.

About Our Partners

Lean In Atlanta

Lean In Atlanta is an Official Regional Chapter within LeanIn.Org, the nonprofit founded by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to empower all women to achieve their ambitions. Lean In Atlanta is an all-inclusive Chapter of support, empowerment, and education for women in the metro Atlanta area. The Chapter organizes events and holds training and networking sessions, working with the global LeanIn.Org team to grow and engage the Lean In community. Follow Lean In Atlanta on Facebook and Instagram, and join the cause for gender equality in our community.