PWN Paris - Joint International Program and Professional Development - Ask For More: Negotiating Your Pay
07 December 2017
19:30 - 21:30
Whether it’s your performance review, a job offer or your consulting rate, find out how to negotiate and ask for what you’re worth.
A study at Carnegie Mellon revealed that more than half of men but only 7% of women negotiate higher salary offers. Wow, 7%? Let’s change that. Our panel of expert practitioners will give you tips and tricks on how to negotiate your compensation whether it’s during your annual performance review or a new job offer.
Have you never negotiated? Did you not realize you could negotiate? Have you negotiated but it didn’t go the way you wanted? This event is for you.
Contact: Erin Douglas - email@example.com
Agenda: A short panel discussion with the three speakers, followed by a networking cocktail.
Martine Van Went
has been a member of the PWN Paris network since 2006. As she joined the network she quickly engaged with the mentoring group as a mentor and one of the mentoring group volunteers. She then became a co-leader of the group from 2008 to 2012.She was elected as the VP for Women On Boards (WOB) in September 2012. Together with the WOB subcommittee she launched the “board-ready women” selection process to help members of the network find their first board positions. From 2013 to 2014, she was the former co-president of PWN Paris and now she leads the women in transition course with Catherine Brennan. After a career in the banking sector (Caisse d’Epargne) as a marketing manager and a member of the executive committee, Martine started training and coaching business in 1989 and create her own company (amv talents). Working with top management and their teams she provides business coaching and helps them enhance their capacity for teamwork. She also facilitates workshops covering various aspects of management including organizational behavior and relational communication.
is HR Development Director Europe West within HanesBrands Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of accessible apparel. She is coauthor of the documentary "Women & Money - Let's talk about money, cards on the table!" published within PWN Paris in 2016.
has been working for 18 years in the HR function mainly occupying general HR positions in digital or industrial groups, but also in the banking sector (retail, investment and private banking). Her expertise is recognized in local employment law, HR policies and procedures, recruitment, training, talent development, supporting organizational efficiency and business performance. In the C&B field, Helena has managed numerous performance and salary reviews cycles in different companies and different areas, participated closely with C&B experts in external salary surveys, and implemented new variable schemes to increase companies’ margins.
is the former Managing Director of France and Switzerland for American Express Meetings & Events. She managed a team of more than 180 specialists in the design and implementation of meetings, events, activities, transportation and programme logistics in France, Switzerland and in the rest of the world.
She joined American Express Global Business Travel in 2008, holding a position of global client account management, where Saskia was responsible for optimizing the management of her customers travel and meeting expenses, particularly in the oil and pharmaceutical industries. She then joined the Meetings & Events division as Operations Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. In this role, she was responsible for the coordination and implementation of meeting and event policy, planning and program implementation for clients. She will join her new company in January 2018.
Saskia has a Masters in Management in International Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Oxford (UK) and an Executive MBA from INSEAD (France, Singapore, Abu Dhabi).
Price for members: €25
Open to non-members, men are welcome
Price for non members: €35
Maximum capacity: 35
Registration closes on December 5, 2017
Cancelation policy : reimbursements possible until: December 4, 2017 at midnight