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Free 3 hour Negotiation training offered in collaboration with MIT Sloan. Learn how to Negotiate Your Job Offer! Live Q&A with MIT Prof. Curhan. Limited seats. All participants who complete the training will be entered into a drawing for complimentary enrollment in Prof. Curhan's Negotiation For Executives program (over $3000 value). 2 winners can choose either the in-person program at MIT or the online program.

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Created 02-02-2020 at 10:35 AM by niraj1971
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I see this:

'In order to register, you will be charged a small ($25) deposit. Once you complete the entire training, you will be eligible to request an automatic refund from your profile'
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Seems like a good deal, but yes it's $25 with $25 back after completion. Would be helpful info in the title.
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looks fun! looks like the $25 is a way to keep you invested so you actually show up to do the simulation with someone else. thanks for sharing it!
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I was planning to take an 8 week course in my MBA program on negotiations, so this might save me the trouble! Thanks OP!
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I'll do it if they throw in a free MIT mug.
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I'll do it if they throw in a free MIT mug.
You sir drive a hard bargain.
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How about they give me $25, and I'll refund it if it isn't a waste of my time?
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How about they give me $25, and I'll refund it if it isn't a waste of my time?
You are already a good negotiator👌, so this course will be waste of time for you.
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Did this negotiation today. It went really well, enjoyed it. Feedback and live Q&A with the professor still to come, but highly recommend to anyone considering it. Not sure why it got such a bad rating for a free MIT course.
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