Amy Trask

2018 Session | What No One Tells You About Negotiating

Click Play below to listen to this session from the 2018 conference. Many people avoid negotiating, fearing conflict or even failure. But if the goal of negotiating is to reach agreement, forget “winning” and focus instead on communication, cooperation, and collaboration. Amy Trask, who went from Raiders intern to the first female CEO of an NFL team, knows how to make a deal and will change the way you think … [ more ]

2018 Session | Overcoming​ ​Imposter​ ​Syndrome​ ​to​ ​Become​ ​an Authentic​ ​Leader​

Click Play below to listen to this session from the 2018 conference. Do you fear you’re a fake? Do you question your worth? Are you scared that you aren’t qualified for your position or ambition? Self-doubt strikes even the most capable people and is one of the greatest barriers to becoming an authentic leader. This session will bring you up close with three accomplished women who have faced imposter syndrome … [ more ]

What No One Tells You About Negotiating | Podcast

Click Play below to listen. Forget “winning.” To reach agreement—the real goal of any negotiation—focus on communication and collaboration. Amy Trask, former CEO of the Oakland Raiders and current BIG3 chairman of the board, has 30+ years of deal-making experience. In this 30-minute teleclass, the author of You Negotiate Like a Girl: Reflections on a Career in the National Football League will share her strategies for identifying the points that matter … [ more ]

Free Teleclass | What No One Tells You About Negotiating

What No One Tells You About Negotiating Tuesday, January 30, 2018 10:00-10:30 am Register Now

Three Simple Work Practices That Will Help You Advance

Being at the right place at the right time. You hear this a lot from successful people talking about their careers. But luck isn’t all of the story. It also doesn’t make for helpful career advice. Enter Amy Trask, former CEO of the Oakland Raiders. It could be said that with the NFL team, she got lucky: she landed an internship in the front office the summer before her last … [ more ]