Ladies, Don’t Leave Money on the Table | Jacqueline V. Twillie

Do you struggle to negotiate your salary? We’ve got you covered!

Whether you’re preparing for an upcoming interview, asking for a pay raise, re-negotiating a current contract, or slicing your company share, knowing how to effectively negotiate compensation is necessary for every profession!

Jacqueline Twillie shared the 5-point framework for a successful negotiation strategy. Because negotiations are not just about the billion-dollar deals, boardroom strategies, or company takeovers; it’s a process we use daily. This workshop is designed to help you understand the process of negotiation, using techniques and steps you can apply in order to successfully get what you want out of your job.

Participants will walk away with:

  • Best practices in preparation
  • Understanding how to cultivate a win-win mindset
  • Dealing with difficult people
  • How to increase trust for positive influence
  • Mistakes to avoid

Speaker Bios

Jacqueline V. Twillie



Jacqueline V. Twillie holds an M.B.A. in Leadership, she is the Founder and President of ZeroGap, a global training and development firm that specializes in women’s leadership within male-dominated industries. ZeroGap has been identified as one of the fastest growing companies in 2019 by Inc. Jacqueline is an Amazon Best Selling Author and has been featured in Forbes, FastCo, Essence Now, Black Enterprise, Parade,, NBC BLK and more… on the topic of Women’s Leadership and Negotiation Strategy.

Jacqueline is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University and earned her MBA from Tiffin University. Her life’s mission is to eliminate the gender wage gap by providing practical strategy for women to advance and thrive in leadership roles. In her downtime, she loves to practice yoga and cook. When Jacqueline isn’t working on leadership development for women, she enjoys seeing the world from up in the air > check out her skydive video on YouTube!

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