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The 4 Negotiation Tips I Learned from Kenny Rogers

Do you know the song “The Gambler” from Kenny Rogers in the late 70’s? It was on repeat on the family car trip to the Badlands when I was a kid. Not only is it a great song, but it contains a lot of what you need to know to become a better negotiator.

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Salary Negotiating Technique: When They Go Low, You Go High

During her speech at the Democratic National Convention back in July, First Lady Michelle Obama, speaking of how the Obamas addressed cruelty and bullying with their daughters, said the now iconic phrase: “When they go low, we go high.” It’s a great rule to live by: don’t let the negativity of others cause you to pursue negativity yourself. It also happens to be an excellent motto to apply to your salary negotiations: when other job applicants are aiming lower than they should with…

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A Question to Help You With Criticism

Have you ever received criticism that catches you off guard, makes your heart race, your palms sweat, or your stomach drop? Nobody likes criticism. It can be uncomfortable and downright painful at times. Yet criticism is handed out freely in the work world - by bosses, clients, and colleagues. How it lands with the person receiving the criticism is often not even considered. So are you supposed to just get a thick skin? Yes -- and there’s a question that will help you do that.

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The One Thing Women Need to Know About Negotiations

Women overall are earning about 80 cents for every dollar that a man earns. And women of color are earning even less. But these numbers may not mean anything to you personally. Your first reaction might be, “Well, it doesn’t affect me.” But are you sure?

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How to Answer the Dreaded Salary Question

Massachusetts recently made a huge step to help close the pay gap for women and people of color by making it illegal for employers to ask about salary history before making an offer. That means women and people of color can reset their future earnings every time they negotiate a new job and historically low salaries will no longer follow them from job to job.

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How to Get Your Work Noticed

You deliver a great work product on time -- again and again. But it’s so frustrating that your boss doesn’t notice how hard you’re working. Are you afraid to toot your own horn? If you’re like many women, you feel uncomfortable drawing attention to your work. You want the work to speak for itself. This strategy worked well when we were students. We prepared (and prepared some more), took the test or wrote the paper, and hoped to see those “A” grades. The system was set up so everyone’s…

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Salary Negotiation Skills for Women | Women Who Ask

For women by women - learn the negotiation skills you need for business and life. Ecourses, coaching and consulting.

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How to Get Your Work Noticed

You deliver a great work product on time -- again and again. But it’s so frustrating that your boss doesn’t notice how hard you’re working. Are you afraid to toot your own horn? If you’re like many women, you feel uncomfortable drawing attention to your work. You want the work to speak for itself. This strategy worked well when we were students. We prepared (and prepared some more), took the test or wrote the paper, and hoped to see those “A” grades. The system was set up so everyone’s…

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Salary Negotiation Skills for Women | Women Who Ask

For women by women - learn the negotiation skills you need for business and life. Ecourses, coaching and consulting.

How to Answer the Dreaded Salary Question Professional Development, Personal Development, Mean Women, Work Life Balance, Resume Writing, How To Find Out, How To Make, Career Advice, New Job

How to Answer the Dreaded Salary Question

Massachusetts recently made a huge step to help close the pay gap for women and people of color by making it illegal for employers to ask about salary history before making an offer. That means women and people of color can reset their future earnings every time they negotiate a new job and historically low salaries will no longer follow them from job to job.

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Salary Negotiation Skills for Women | Women Who Ask

For women by women - learn the negotiation skills you need for business and life. Ecourses, coaching and consulting.

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Negotiating Salary: What’s the Value You Bring to the Table?

“But I’m not sure that I deserve more.” Does a similar thought come up when you consider negotiating your salary? The hardest part about negotiating our salaries is putting a monetary value on our self-worth. We second guess our skills, talents and experience and think that maybe we shouldn’t ask for more.

Career Advice The only way you're going to get the salary you want, the raise you want, the benefits you want or the position you want is. But why don't we as women ask more for what we really want? Click through to learn the one thing you nee Business Entrepreneur, Business Tips, Work Life Balance, Resume Writing, Starting Your Own Business, Achieve Your Goals, The Only Way, Career Advice, The One

The One Thing Women Need to Know About Negotiations

Women overall are earning about 80 cents for every dollar that a man earns. And women of color are earning even less. But these numbers may not mean anything to you personally. Your first reaction might be, “Well, it doesn’t affect me.” But are you sure?

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Whole Package Negotiation Part 2: How To Land the Salary and Benefits You Really Want

Salary negotiations are not easy. Often my clients know what they’re supposed to do, but they’re not entirely sure how to go about it. Luckily, this is what I'm great at, and I’m going to walk you through exactly what you need to do to negotiate the salary and benefits package you deserve.

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Whole Package Negotiation Part I: Negotiating Benefits Beyond Your Salary

By the time you start negotiating your salary with your future employer, you’ve painted them a crystal clear picture of what kind of employee you would be. Between your resume, cover letter, and interviews, they understand the whole package of you as an employee.

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