S. Lucia Kanter St. Amour is a VP for UN Women USA, practicing attorney, and former law professor turned everyday negotiation superhero. She’s here to show you how to harness your everyday negotiation superpowers, so you can land your dream job, get your kids to eat their peas, and be the most powerful person in the room. She is also the author of For the Forces of Good: The Superpower of Everyday Negotiation, the most inclusive and comprehensive 21st century negotiation guide you’ll ever need (and one of only a small handful of women authors on the topic).
Here’s a glimpse of the episode:
Why negotiation is everyone’s business – not just men
Ways to think about negotiation in everyday life and how to prepare for it
Get comfortable performing a new skill badly
Women negotiate their compensation 8x less than men
What lead to Lucia developing these critical skills and writing a book
Resilience vs. masked trauma
Negotiating with bullies and tips on how to deal with them
Standing next to someone vs. whispering your support
Find allies and then multiply them
How planning helps you be more spontaneous
Pay it forward, but there is no need to overpay it
In this week’s episode…
Sarah sits down with S. Lucia Kanter St. Amour, the VP for UN Women USA, practicing attorney, and former law professor turned everyday negotiation superhero to discuss Lucia’s latest book For the Forces of Good: The Superpower of Everyday Negotiation, and how to break down the intimidation surrounding negotiation one step at a time. Join us this week as these two negotiation advocates discuss everything from negotiating with bullies to getting your toddler to eat their peas, to even the power of good ole chocolate.