Fee negotiation is one of the most important topics for freelance journalists. How much money you make is the basis for almost everything - your appreciation, your power, how long you can work as a freelance journalist.
There are a lot of colleagues who give up their profession one day because they don't earn enough. In this one-hour webinar, Katharina Jakob shows you how you can negotiate good fees. How you will lose your fear to negotiate at all. And, just as important: how you can build long-term business relationships with your customers which are satisfying both sides.
💡 This recorded training covers:- Why negotiate your fees?
- How to lose the fear to negotiate
- The most important steps for good negotiations
- Practical exercises by role-playing
- How to deal with conflicts in negotiations
- How to build long-term business relationships
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