Caroline Dowd-Higgins

With over a decade of career and professional development coaching experience, Caroline Dowd-Higgins has a desire to empower and energize people to achieve their personal goals. Her training style is engaging, high energy, and positive with a focus on unlocking the self-advocate within each of us.

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  1. asdfjieieie@asdf.com' physician assistant
    May 11, 2010 @ 2:34 am

    I’ve recently started a blog, the information you provide on this site has helped me tremendously. Thank you for all of your time & work.

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  2. jendowd23@Yahoo.com' JLB
    May 19, 2010 @ 8:34 am

    Women should be paid equal or more and should only be required to work 4 days a week. We are so efficient, we can do more work in a shorter period of time!

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  3. snlueke@yahoo.com' Stephanie Spencer
    May 19, 2010 @ 10:25 am

    I always enjoy reading your blog posts, but this topic is particularly interesting to me, and I wanted to share an additional resource with you. Last summer myself and a few other coworkers began working with a non-profit called The Wage Project, whose mission is to end the gender wage gap by teaching women across America how to negotiate. It is a great program that is typically targeted to campus Womens Centers, but our university has found it to be beneficial for the program to be a partnership between Career Servies and The Women’s Center. Together we offer trainings designed specifically for women to teach them about the gender wage gap and the skills needed to negotiate. If you want more information, check out their site at http://www.wageproject.org/
    Even if you don’t work with the Wage Project, I think its a neat idea to offer negotiation workshops for women so they can learn the skills in a comfortable and safe environment.

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  4. steve1956@gmail.com' Steve
    May 28, 2010 @ 3:53 pm

    I always enjoy reading your blog posts, but this topic is particularly interesting to me, and I wanted to share an additional resource with you. Last summer myself and a few other coworkers began working with a non-profit called The Wage Project, whose mission is to end the gender wage gap by teaching women across America how to negotiate. It is a great program that is typically targeted to campus Womens Centers, but our university has found it to be beneficial for the program to be a partnership between Career Servies and The Women’s Center. Together we offer trainings designed specifically for women to teach them about the gender wage gap and the skills needed to negotiate. If you want more information, check out their site at http://www.wageproject.org/
    Even if you don’t work with the Wage Project, I think its a neat idea to offer negotiation workshops for women so they can learn the skills in a comfortable and safe environment.

    Reply

  5. emilym56@gmail.com' Emily
    June 2, 2010 @ 5:37 am

    I always enjoy reading your blog posts, but this topic is particularly interesting to me, and I wanted to share an additional resource with you. Last summer myself and a few other coworkers began working with a non-profit called The Wage Project, whose mission is to end the gender wage gap by teaching women across America how to negotiate. It is a great program that is typically targeted to campus Womens Centers, but our university has found it to be beneficial for the program to be a partnership between Career Servies and The Women’s Center. Together we offer trainings designed specifically for women to teach them about the gender wage gap and the skills needed to negotiate. If you want more information, check out their site at http://www.wageproject.org/
    Even if you don’t work with the Wage Project, I think its a neat idea to offer negotiation workshops for women so they can learn the skills in a comfortable and safe environment.

    Reply

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