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How do you ask for and get what you want?
I used to be a business school professor and one of the key courses I would teach to MBAs, undergrads and executive MBAs is negotiation, the skills and theories around negotiation and how to get what you want.
By far, the biggest takeaway is most of the time people ask for what they think they can get, instead of what they want.
On Allowed: Conscious Leadership and Personal Growth, I share a conversation I had with Noa Ries and Kim Havens on their podcast called “Conversations at Base Camp”.
We discuss Zone of Genius and how it relates to asking for and getting what you want, as well as applicable strategies for having real-life negotiation conversations.
Watch below or listen here.
Last week on the show, Noa Ries and Kim Havens, co-founders of Women’s Executive Network Leadership Educational Platform, Kahilla, shared their co-leadership strategies.
In this episode, I share a separate conversation I had with them on their podcast called “Conversations at Base Camp” where we cover Zone of Genius and how it relates to asking for and getting what you want, as well as applicable strategies for having real-life negotiation conversations so that you can increase the lifetime value in a monetary fashion but also in many other ways of your career.
Noa Ries and Kim Havens:
Noa is the co-founder of Kahilla, an online executive women’s network. She is passionate about building inspiring brands based on community and focused on women’s empowerment. With her co-founder, she has created a digital community offering resources that include curated coaching, content, and community for women on the rise. Their mission is simple: to build an honest, authentic business that unites and supports women in their desire to lead their best lives. In doing so, they’ve also created a safe space for women to have open conversations about the things that really matter to them.
Noa is an ‘active creative’ and natural relationship builder who is deeply connected to health and fitness. All of her businesses have centered on empowerment and community.
Kim co-founded Kahilla in 2018, seeking to help get gender and racial parity at the top of corporate America. Prior to that, she enjoyed an 18-year career in commercial real estate development building large-scale, urban communities that positively impacted people’s lives through thoughtful design.