If you want some no nonsense career advice check out the E! TV series “So Cosmo”, the behind the scenes reality show following the editorial staff of Cosmopolitan magazine. We like it because Joanna Coles, Chief Content Officer of Hearst Magazines and the main player in the series, does an outstanding job providing advice to professional women.
In a recent episode Joanna promotes her talented Executive Beauty Editor, Leah Wyar, to a position with significantly more responsibility across all Hearst Publications. After Joanna informs her about the promotion and her many added responsibilities she asks her if she has any questions. Leah says no. Joanna asks her why she has not inquired about money. She replies, “I did not think I should go there” to which her boss firmly tells her that she should always go there just like men do. In fact, she tells her that is the 2nd question a man would ask.
This is not an uncommon situation for women. Are you asking for what you deserve? Are you afraid to ask because you would seem ungrateful, greedy, or unfeminine?
At the poker table we ask for more money by betting so we can maximize our wins. If you want to learn more about how poker strategy can help you be bold, negotiate effectively and maximize your professional wins, check out the Pokerdivas Program for your next Teambuilding, Sales Meeting or Women’s Initiative Program. Call 646-450-1905 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We guarantee you will see results.
Don’t forget to book your Summer Associate or Intern Programs NOW and get your preferred date. Your team will learn assertiveness, leadership, and negotiating skills through the fun and excitement of poker. It’s not about gambling — it’s about learning to be bold and sharpening business skills in a fun and interactive environment. Poker is a great equalizer and encourages networking between all levels of the organization.
Contact us or book your event today and we will send you a complimentary copy of Poker Woman: How to Win in Love, Life and Business Using the Principles of Poker. Know a friend or business colleague who could benefit from some serious negotiating skills? Take advantage of our Referral Program. Contact us at 646-450-1905 or via email to book your event!