How to Confidently Negotiate in Your Femininity with Cindy Watson

“The time you really want to ground yourself is when you are dealing with a bully.” ~ Cindy Watson

How to Confidently Negotiate in Your Femininity

Are you afraid of negotiating things? Did you know that most of the traits that make the most effective negotiators are considered feminine? That’s right; you have what it takes as a woman to negotiate for what you want confidently.

In this episode of the SpeakEasy Podcast, Altovise speaks with Cindy Watson, the founder of the Women on Purpose, the creator of The Art of Feminine Negotiation program, and has been an attorney for 30 years. She explains how she became passionate about women’s negotiations and the importance of advocating for yourself as a woman.

Listen in to learn how to step into owning your value by practicing, recognizing, and not being afraid of the no.

“The time you really want to ground yourself is when you’re dealing with a bully.”- Cindy [13:23]

What you will learn in this episode:
•[1:44] Get to know Cindy and why she became passionate about women’s negotiations.
•[4:07] The six traits that make the most effective negotiator and why they’re considered feminine.
•[6:58] Learn how to tap into your ‘mama bear’ to effectively advocate for yourself as a woman
•[8:05] Hear the 5Ws (who, what, where, when, why) of negotiations that you should think about before doing it.
•[11:20] Cindy explains how she first approached a negotiation case to find a middle ground.
•[13:20] How to prepare to stand and negotiate with a bully confidently.
•[16:35] How to step into your femininity and ask for what you want without the fear of the no.

Relevant Links:
Website: https://www.womenonpurpose.ca/

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