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Thursday, March 28th How-To Guide: Successful Negotiation in Academia

The process of negotiation can be challenging for many especially in academia. When people seek my advice for putting a start-up package together they generally start by saying they do not want to appear too greedy.  (1) Forget greed, it is all about need. Negotiating for a start-up package is about asking for what is essential in order for you to be successful at what you are being hired to do.  Ask for the maximum of what you need.  It is not about trying to game a system to get the maximum you can or figuring out the maximum you can ask for and not appear greedy. You want the negotiation to focus on how your needs can be met not whether or not you actually need the times on your list.  Always think “need”.  (2)  You are negotiating for your team.  Often people will tell me that they are uncomfortable asking for so much for themselves. In reality start-up package negotiation is about establishing a successful research or creative activity program which means building a team.  So think “team”.  (3) Do your homework...(click here to continue reading)

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