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YPFP DC: JobLink Estimating Your Worth - How to Manage Salary Negotiations RESCHEDULED
Salary is discussed at most job interviews. Many times, the employer will ask your last salary and how much you expect to make if you are hired. If the interview goes well and the firm makes you a job offer, a salary offer comes next.
Are you ready to negotiate?
Due to the popularity of this event last year, YPFP welcomes back Mr. Alex Anyse, as he provides insight into some basic premises on how to prepare for and manage the negotiation process. The seminar will provide information on how to research and negotiate salary, with a focus on the DC metro area public and private sectors.
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About the Presenter
Mr. Alex Anyse is co-founder of The MASY Group, a global intelligence and risk management consulting firm. A former military intelligence and foreign area officer, he specialized in sensitive Human Intelligence (HUMINT) operations, with tours in the Balkans, Middle East, and South Asia. He then served as a Foreign Service Officer with the Department of State with diplomatic assignments in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Both in his capacity as an intelligence officer and later as a diplomat, he was repeatedly called upon to fulfill vital roles in support of key national security objectives.
As a subject matter expert on intelligence, security and leadership issues, he is a regular guest speaker, addressing a variety of audiences, from Fortune 10 companies to policy and academic forums such as Georgetown University and Columbia University, as well as international conferences.
Mr. Anyse was born in Paris, France, and holds a M.B.A., from TRIUM an academic alliance between the London School of Economics (LSE), New York University Stern School of Business, and HEC School of Management, (HEC Paris).