Strategies, Tactics, Tools, and Coaching for Women to Negotiate Higher Salaries
“I’ll now be making double what I was making in my last position. Thanks so much for your empowering words. I’m so grateful!” Sarah B.
“Thanks to your amazing coaching, I negotiated a salary package 15% higher than the initial offer.” Anne T.
.“…inspirational and incredibly insightful as to an issue impacting all women in the work place.” Susan S
Less than 10% of women negotiate their salary while over 50% of men do. When women do negotiate they counter the initial offer with 30% less than men do. More women need to learn the skill of negotiating a salary to put an end to this one contributor to the gender pay gap and each woman’s personal pay gap. Learn how with 360-Degree Salary Negotiation Coaching.
Don’t start your first salary negotiation alone. Have the training and guidance of an experience negotiator and staffing person on your side. With 360-Degree Salary Negotiation Coaching you get:
Whether you knew it or not, your employers have all been negotiating with you. With all the help of the 360-Degree Salary Negotiation Coaching you will be ready to join the negotiations and succeed whether it is for a new job or a raise at your current job.
Most jobs openings do not include a minimum salary or a salary range. Employers want you to name your desired salary and salary history first and take your responses into consideration when deciding on your salary offer. You need to know how to counter all the tactics used throughout the hiring process to maximize your pay.
360-Degree Salary Negotiation Coaching incorporates your resumes, application, and interview into the overall negotiation process. 360-Degree Salary Negotiation Coaching helps people looking for a raise or salary adjustment as well. Your performance review documents and meeting will be incorporated into this process.
Your personal coach is Katie Donovan, the salary negotiation expert who has contributed to Forbes.com and Huffington Post and been covered by Salary.com and theglasshammer.com.
It’s time to learn to negotiate your salary. ”Salary discretion also favors men’s negotiating skills, which tend to be more effective than women’s, yielding higher starting salaries for men.” Boston Globe, December 10, 2012
Contact Katie now to schedule a FREE consultation.