The Huffington Post selected alumnus Lee Miller’s book, A Woman’s Guide to Successful Negotiating, as one of the 16 Books Aspiring Women Should Read. The book is described as giving “ a groundbreaking perspective that every woman can relate to and benefit from in their professional lives. [It] provides you with easy negotiating techniques and discovers the three key elements of negotiation for women. With a realistic approach to situations, it is an informative and essential guide to getting everything you desire in life.”

Lee is the managing director of and the Career Columnist for the New Jersey Star Ledger. He works with individuals and corporations training and coaching in the areas of influencing and negotiating. Lee is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University and at Seton Hall University’s Business School where he teaches MBA courses in influencing and negotiating, managerial decision making, and human resources management. He is also the author of, UP: Influence, Power and the U Perspective—The Art of Getting What You Want and Get More Money on Your Next Job… In Any Economy.

Lee earned his undergraduate degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and his law degree from Harvard University School of Law. Lee joined Shanley & Fisher in 1996 where he was a partner and co-chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group. Before joining, Lee was the senior vice president of human resources at TV Guide Magazine, USA Networks, and Barneys New York and vice president of labor and employee relations at R.H. Macy.

Lee co-authored A Woman’s Guide to Successful Negotiating with his daughter, Jessica Miller.

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