Job Negotiations

 

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A Certain Boldness

Bruce G. Link recommends being direct about your needs in discussions with your boss.

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Avoidance Can Be Good

Wait until you're prepared before engaging in negotiation, advises Andrea Schneider.

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Be Straightforward About Your Needs During Negotiations

Christina Mangurian explains why job applicants should be upfront about their needs.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 3 seconds


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Competitive Negotiation

A competitive approach can be useful at certain times, believes Andrea Schneider.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 12 seconds


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Compromising vs. Collaborating

Andrea Schneider explains that compromise is not always the best resolution for negotiations.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 52 seconds


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Finding an Institution to Match Your Goals

Changing your institutional affiliation is sometimes the right thing to do, explains Ruth M. O'Hara.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 4 seconds


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Interviews Work Both Ways

Gathering information from various perspectives is an essential part of an interview, states Keith A. Trujillo.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 37 seconds


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Job Search Advice for Researcher Couples

Sarah Clinton shares how she was able to land tenure-stream positions for herself and her spouse at the same institution.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 38 seconds


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Negotiate for Flex Time Instead of 80 Percent

Christina Mangurian makes a case for requesting flex time and not taking "no" as the final answer.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 27 seconds


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Negotiating Your Start-Up Package

Asking for the equipment and funds that you need should be done early, believes Joaquin Borrego, Jr.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 52 seconds


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Negotiating for Your First Faculty Position

Take advantage of your strong position when you negotiate, advises Keith A. Trujillo.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 31 seconds


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Negotiation During Department Transition

Negotiate after rather than during change, suggests David J. Kupfer.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 54 seconds


Presentation

Negotiation Prep

Law professor Andrea Schneider leads participants through the negotiation process via an examination of five negotiation styles: competing, accommodating, avoiding, compromising, and collaborating.


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Presentation - 36 minutes 6 seconds


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Negotiation Tips for Women

Christina Mangurian discusses the unique challenges women face during negotiations and tactics to help these conversations go more smoothly.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 43 seconds


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Prioritizing Early Career Opportunities

Marschall Runge discusses making tough choices early in his career.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 7 seconds


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Question the Investment

Eliana Perrin talks about things researchers should think about and important questions to ask when considering job offers.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 23 seconds


Q&A

The Process of Negotiating

David J. Kupfer encourages junior faculty to ask about career development and other key issues when negotiating for a position.

Q&A


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Tooting Your Own Horn

Separate self-promotion from negotiation, says Andrea Schneider.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 46 seconds


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Validate Your Job Talk

Nalini Negi explains how to develop and test a successful job talk.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 14 seconds


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Women and Negotiation

Negotiate your starting salary, advises Andrea Schneider.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 31 seconds


Featured

Be Straightforward About Your Needs During Negotiations
Christina Mangurian explains why job applicants should be upfront about their needs.


Competitive Negotiation
A competitive approach can be useful at certain times, believes Andrea Schneider.



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