Negotiating Your Job Offer with LinkedIn Learning

Don’t know where to start when it comes to negotiating your job offer? Check out these tips on LinkedIn Learning!

A Plano Public Library card gets you #morethanbooks. Along with movies, learning kits, electronic resources and more, you’ve got access to fantastic online databases. One of those databases is LinkedIn Learning! You don’t need a LinkedIn account to learn from thousands of professional and personal development videos.


Today we’re showcasing a course from LinkedIn Learning: Negotiating Your Job Offer.

This course has advice for you whether this is your first job, or simply the latest one in your career. It will also help you better evaluate a job offer, making you your own best advocate.

Course details:

Getting a job offer is a time to celebrate, but it’s also important to stop and ask, “What does my offer cover, and what can I negotiate?” In this course, career coach Christine DiDonato helps professionals understand how to benchmark their job offers and make sure they are getting what they want. She explains how to answer key questions (such as “What is my current salary?”), understand what parts of an offer are negotiable, and prepare a counteroffer. She also addresses special situations, such as the importance of negotiating your first job offer, the challenges women often face in negotiations, and negotiating a new position within your current organization.

Learning objectives:
  • Analyze a position and salary range.
  • Define what you want from a new position.
  • Evaluate a job offer.
  • Identify tactics and myths for negotiating salary.
  • Prepare for negotiating in special situations.
  • Assess the best way to give notice at your old job.

This is only one of many courses LinkedIn Learning has on Salary Negotiation, and you can access it for free with your Plano Public Library card.

If you still have questions, or would like to learn more, check out this link to peruse their catalog, and share with us other helpful courses you’ve discovered!

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