Think back to the last job you got. What happened when they offered you the position?
If you took the salary offered, don’t feel bad. Approximately 60% of the population does (with the numbers higher if you happen to be a woman). What most people don’t realize is just how much leeway there can be in the amount they’re offered. In fact, most people who put themselves out there will actually gain a higher salary than initially offered. Some statistics state as much as $5,000 more a year!
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Wednesday was “Equal Pay Day,” and I enjoyed participating in a Clubhouse Room with Dr. Lola Adeyemi and several dozen other amazing professionals to discuss this issue. While the underlying problem of unequal pay can only be fixed by new laws, legislation, and enforcement in the courts (we need more of this), the conversation shifted over to negotiation skills and techniques.
Now I think we all know that being forced to negotiate your position doesn’t fix the big problem of unequal pay for the same position, it is often the only recourse available for most of us in the short-term. With that in mind, I’m sharing the following blog post that contains some of my favorite negotiation tips and approaches.
I’ve also included a few resources that have helped me become a better communicator. Hopefully, there’s something here that will help you too.
If you really want to connect with your community in 2021, create and share your personal stories and experiences– your hobbies, interests and passions, on #socialmedia. I dive a bit deeper on this topic in this 6 minute audio.
Take a look this weekend (click here). There’s a lot of value in these shows to help you move forward in 2021. Enjoy!
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2020 has been a tough year for all of us. One of the biggest take-a-ways we hear from lawyers worldwide is how much they now appreciate the importance of the cloud, live video, and social media to build and run a practice.