A few years back Google did something pretty stunning, surprising every one of their 25,000 employees worldwide by automatically giving them a 10% raise and a $1,000 bonus.
For the rest of us, it's not that easy.
Most of us feel underpaid and undervalued at work and want to ask for a raise, but are anxious and don't know how to do it. Or maybe you've got a big performance review coming up, and you want a little help to make your case and get paid what you deserve.
Fortunately, there are tips and tricks that you can use to negotiate more money.
an easy-to-follow storytelling approach -- along with case studies,
statistics, templates, and the right amount of humor -- this course will change the
way you look at negotiation.
In this course you will:
- Gain the specific skills needed to ask for a raise - in one hour
- Formulate a winning negotiation game plan
- Find out the best time to ask for a raise
- Hear tips you can use starting today
- Understand negotiation statistics and facts
- Produce a secret weapon to be persuasive and memorable
- Create a one-of-a-kind document to secure the highest salary range
You will also receive 8 customizable templates to:
- Keep track of your accomplishments
- Create a digital portfolio to prove your worth
- Email key contacts to find your true value
- Present a salary research document to achieve the highest salary
Jim Hopkinson is the author of "Salary Tutor: Learn the Salary Negotiation Secrets No One Ever Taught You." (Grand Central Publishing), and has been featured in Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Post, and Real Simple Magazine. He writes a negotiation column for Salary.com, and has also written online for the Wall St. Journal, Monster, and Wired.
As a salary negotiation expert, Jim offers actionable, easy-to-implement negotiation techniques that lead to increased confidence, greater career satisfaction, and earning $1,000s more in salary.
Known for his high-energy, humorous, and engaging presentations, he has spoken to groups large and small on the topic of negotiation, and has been chosen from more than 3,200 applicants to speak at the SXSW conference 3 times. He brings this dynamic approach on camera to bring his courses to life.
Prior to starting his own business, Jim managed the online marketing and social media strategy for WIRED.com, and before that, he held a dream job in sports at ESPN.com. He is an adjunct instructor at NYU, an avid runner, and enjoys serving as a mentor for young business professionals.