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Presented by Katie Lane, Esq.
Originally aired in May 2016.
If the idea of having to negotiate with a client, co-worker, or boss makes you want to run and hide under the nearest large object, this webinar is made just for you. You’ll learn how to prepare for negotiation so you’re more likely to get what you want, what you can do to avoid caving into high-pressure demands, and simple techniques to ensure you’re calm, confident, and ready for action the next time you have to negotiate.
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Katie Lane is an attorney and negotiation coach who works with artists and freelancers to help them protect their rights and get paid fairly for the work they do. Based in Portland, Oregon, she helps her clients successfully handle all sorts of sticky conflicts and shares negotiation and legal info for creative professionals on her blog, Work Made For Hire. Her favorite thing is teaching people who are intimidated by negotiation how to get what they want with confidence and calm.
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