Negotiate your salarY: A Report for Harvard Law School

Salary Negotiations: How to Negotiate Salary: Learn the Best Techniques to Help You Manage the Most Difficult Salary Negotiations and What You Need to Know When Asking for a Raise

Shared by Katie Shonk on January 21, 2019 for Harvard Law School’s Daily Blog, the article “Renegotiate Your Salary to Your Advantage” provides insightful tips to develop negotiation skills. These tips are summarized in her article and fully-detailed in the free report, “Salary Negotiations: How to Negotiate Salary: Learn the Best Techniques to Help You Manage the Most Difficult Salary Negotiations and What You Need to Know When Asking for a Raise.

Read an excerpt from the post below:

As we prepare to renegotiate salary, most of us intend to ask for as much as we can without antagonizing our employer. But we sometimes undervalue our worth, with disappointing consequences.

To take one dramatic example, in 2013, the board of Chicago public radio station WBEZ offered a big raise—more than $100,000—to Ira Glass, the creator and host of the long-running radio show This American Life, to recognize his value to the organization. Glass’s salary would go from $170,000 to $278,000.

Read the article and get a free copy of the negotiation report here.


Dance/USA Webinar Series

Dance/USA: Navigating Music Rights for Dance 101

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Find the recording here!

Obtaining music rights for choreography can be complicated, time consuming, and expensive. Gaining insights into the process of securing music rights and licensing for dance is a must for every choreographer and dance manager. This webinar discussed how to navigate the process as a choreographer and/or manager who is new to securing rights. 

Speakers 

  • Corey Fields. Entertainment lawyer, legal writer, teacher, and scholar

  • Eric Wendell. Director, Rental & Grand Rights Licensing at Boosey & Hawkes.