Home  ::  Log In  ::  Search :: 
Classroom-Based Programs
Conferences and Workshops
Instructor-Guided Online Courses
Live Webinars

Designations and Certificates
Magazine and Newsletter Subscriptions
Market and Research Data
Publications and Guides
Self-Study Web-Based Courses
Webinar Recordings and Packages

mPower: Negotiating Your Worth
Member Price: $1.00
Nonmember Price: $279.00
Product Code: E2181716CR/REGIS
Date Held:
September 25, 2018

 Before 9/25/2018StandardAfter 9/25/2018

Description of Product
Date Held:
September 25 

Women in the United States, on average, get paid 77 cents for every dollar a man makes for doing the same job. Unfortunately the financial industry is not exempt. Women in financial services make up 56% of the workforce yet barely make 60 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts. What is the reason for the pay discrepancy? One of the main contributing factors is that female executives simply do not negotiate as well as men, if they negotiate at all. Women tend to be more pessimistic about what they can achieve through negotiations and ask for far less than men do. Join industry expert Jan Molino for a conversation on practical steps you can take to avoid getting less than you are worth.


This webinar is complimentary to MBA members. Please use the promo code WEBINAR upon checkout to receive this discount.

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

2:00-3:00 PM EST


Attendees will walk away with tools and actionable steps to:
  • Avoid getting paid less than you are worth
  • Have the "negotiate my salary" conversation with confidence
  • Safeguard your financial future


  • Jan Molino, President & CEO, Aspire-Ascend
  • Marcia M. Davies, Chief Operating Officer, MBA and Founder, mPower

Who Should Attend?

All industry professionals.  
Product Category:
Live Webinars 
Contact Info:

For registration information, call (800)-793-6222 or email education@mba.org

Contact E-mail:
mPower: Negotiating Your Worth 

   Terms of Use & Privacy Statement

Copyright © 2018 Mortgage Bankers Association.  All rights reserved.