How To Charge What You’re Worth with PepTalkHer CEO, Meggie Palmer
Discover how to charge what you are worth in this online fireside chat with Meggie Palmer, PepTalkHer CEO, and FG CEO Fleur Madden.
Did you know that women in the gig economy typically charge up to 50% less than their male counterparts? We think that’s an outrage, and together with Meggie Palmer of PepTalkHer, we’re here to sort that out!
Women’s Agenda recently reported that a study conducted by ZenBusiness found that male freelancers charge on average 48 per cent more than women for the same work in the gig economy. When surveyed, women state that imposter syndrome, a lack of confidence and not knowing how to charge as the reasons driving this behaviour.
From New York to Freelancing Gems, join PepTalkHer CEO Meggie Palmer and Freelancing Gems CEO Fleur Madden in this morning fireside chat as they discuss the big issues facing women at work in the gig economy right now including:
- The gender pay gap,
- Women getting paid what they are worth,
- How to communicate an increase in your rates
- How to supercharge your career success.
Grab a coffee and join us online for this free one-hour event on Friday, September 9 at 9 AM AEST.
Date: Friday 9 September
Time: 9AM AEST
Location: Online via Crowdcast
Cost: Free of charge
Can’t make it? Register now and watch the recording later. Plus, we’ll send you the offers and discounts exclusive to attendees.
About Meggie Palmer, PepTalkHer
Meggie Palmer founded PepTalkHer with the mission of closing the gender pay gap. For women building careers, the PepTalkHer App helps you track your career successes and offers confidence and negotiation coaching. The app aims to support you to increase your pay rates while offering career pep talka when you need them most.
The team at PepTalkHer also work in-house with companies to retain high potential staff, running programs around confidence, negotiation & fostering an inclusive workplace for brands including JP Morgan & Revlon.
In her former life, Meggie was an award-winning journalist turned entrepreneur. She spent 15 years as a journalist & Foreign Correspondent, travelling from Syria to Italy telling stories for networks including BBC World, CNBC, Channel 7 & Vogue.
Meggie now lives in New York. She’s personally coached women to receive raises as small as an extra $5 an hour (it added up to being $10k over the year) all the way up to multiple 6 figure raises.
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