Women Lead: Why Don't Women Ask Webinar


Nov. 6 2019, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: free

VENUE: Online


Exclusively for Premium Access Pass members

Although we like to think that resources are distributed based on merit or need, the adage the squeaky wheel gets the oil is true in most work settings. However, women “ask” far less often than their male counterparts and when they do ask, they ask for less. This documented phenomenon puts us at a significant disadvantage and has been cited as a primary reason for the gender wage gap and disparity of women in leadership positions.  

In this session, you’ll learn:

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  • To identify the implicit and explicit barriers that get in the way of women getting more of what they want and need. 
  • Strategies to overcome these obstacles and be successful in your negotiations.

The webinar is presented by:

Michelle Duguid is the Clifford H. Whitcomb Faculty Fellow and a professor with a joint appointment at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and Cornell Tech at Cornell University. She is a highly-rated instructor who teaches courses including Women and Leadership, Informal Leadership, Networking, Negotiations, Change Management, Organizational Culture, Decision-making and Power and Influence. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Cornell University.


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