How to Ask for and Receive a Pay Raise
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Imagine yourself asking for and receiving a significant raise in your salary. You can walk into your boss's office and get a raise, if you ask the right way.
You will learn everything you need to know about how to ask for a raise from your boss. There are many ways of bungling a request for a raise. You will learn how to talk about the concern's of your boss, not your own financial needs. Plus, you will learn how to master the steps needed to increase the odds that you will get the raise you want and deserve.
Why go to work one more day at your current pay level? Why not begin today to make the case for why you deserve a significant pay increase.
There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants a raise
- video recording device on cell phone, tablet or webcam
- How to ask for a raise
- How to GET a raise
- How to plan when to ask for a raise
- How to build the case for a raise
Homework: make the case as to why you would give yourself a raise.
Make the case that now is the best time to ask for a raise.
Are your company's profits up?
Stock price up?
Have there been any layoffs lately?
Ask your boss for an appointment to discuss your future in the organization.
List the following:
1. What you like about your organization.
2. Your proudest accomplishment at the organization.
3. What you like about the peopel in your industry.
Create a one-page memo listing 10 very speciific things you want to do in the next year in your job to increase efficiency and productivity.
Remind yourself of the following: don't whine, don't talk about my needs, don't complain, don't show doubt, don't waver.
How much more money are you going to ask for? Be specific, in terms of percentages and yearly amount.
Do you have any competing job offers? If not, why not? Are you networking with industry players and executive recruiters in your industry?
This is the most important part of the course. Use a video camera on your cell phone, tablet or computer and practice a mock meeting with your boss. Ask your substitute boss (use a friend, colleague or family member stand-in) for a raise using all of the above steps. Review the video. Repeat the process until you are happy with how you look and sound on video when asking for a raise.
Congratulations! You are ready to ask for a raise and that much closer to gettign one.
Body Language for Business PeopleTJ Walker