You Don’t Have to Be Pushy
to Get What You Want
How to Ask and Negotiate to Get a ‘Yes’ to Your Request for Flexible Work, a Pay Raise and Other Work Options
If you’re like most women, you value relationships and want to preserve the good feelings you have with others. Even when you need to ask for something you want.
You’re not the pushy, aggressive type. But as a smart career woman, you’re not a pushover either.
Well, fortunately for you, that’s a favorable combination for a collaborative, creative approach to getting agreement. Meaning, you can get a ‘yes’ to your requests for work options you want.
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