Are you waiting for your end-of-year review to ask for a raise? Or hoping that someone else will advocate for you?
Here’s the thing: You are capable of having difficult conversations. And you are worthy of earning the salary you deserve.
So, what’s the best way to talk to your boss about a raise?
On this episode of Career Confessions, I explain what you need to know to ask for a raise, sharing why it’s your responsibility to understand the financial health of your company and where to find that information.
I offer advice on giving your boss a heads up before you initiate the raise conversation and articulating your current workload and level of responsibility with the posture of a professional.
Listen in for insight on explaining how your role makes money for the company and take on my challenge to practice the fine art of negotiation and start getting paid what you deserve!
Why you don’t have to wait for your end-of-year review to ask for a raise
Why it’s your responsibility to understand the financial health of your company (and how to do it)
The power in conveying your current workload and level of responsibility with the posture of a professional
Why I suggest giving your boss a heads up before you initiate the raise conversation
The value in securing a raise with or without a promotion
The importance of practicing the art of negotiation
How to prepare examples that demonstrate the way you operate at a higher level
How to time the raise conversation with the success of your company
How to tie the work you do into a financial metric
The power in affirming that you are worthy of being paid what you deserve
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