155: Negotiating Tips for Women Physicians with Dr. Linda Street

Wealthy Mom MD with Bonnie Koo | Negotiating Tips for Women Physicians with Dr. Linda StreetTo conclude this series of episodes acknowledging Women’s History Month, I have my good friend Dr. Linda Street back on the podcast. She’s a negotiation expert and we all need someone like Linda in our lives to make sure we aren’t leaving money on the table.

Dr. Linda Street is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Physician in a solo corporate practice. Four years ago, she made a business out of her negotiation skills off the back of her own experiences with negotiating in her work. She believes each negotiation is a different flavor of the same thing, and she’s here to share all of her tips and techniques with us.

Tune in this week to discover why hiring someone to help you work on your negotiation skills is a life-changing decision. We’re discussing the areas of negotiation that present difficulty for women physicians, why it’s no surprise negotiating what you’re worth is tricky, and how to come into negotiations with the mindset of displaying your value and getting the compensation you deserve.

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What You'll Learn from this Episode:

  • The resistance I see physicians having around hiring experts to help them.
  • Why all negotiations are different flavors of the same thing.
  • How Linda makes the seemingly complex topic of negotiation simple to understand.
  • Why women physicians particularly get stuck when it comes to negotiation.
  • How to approach negotiations in a way that allows you to demand your real value as a physician.
  • The gender pay gap and inequities that exist in medicine.
  • How to get creative in your negotiations, show your unique value, and get the compensation you deserve.

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