Last Saturday, I hosted a 2.5-hour Salary Negotiation Workshop.
It was a special group mentoring session/event for my course students.
Here are 5 big salary negotiation mistakes my students were making.
Some due to lack of knowledge, others due to using the wrong strategy.
How many can you relate to?
#1 - Assuming your "basic salary" is your total salary package.
You're missing out on thousands of dollars by ignoring the benefits.
#2 - Assuming the salary negotiation only happens after the job interview.
It's already too late to change the hiring manager's impression of your "value".
#3 - Assuming a good job offer is only about the % increase.
Money is important, but it's not everything in your career growth strategy.
#4 - Assuming your boss should give you a salary increment.
You're putting all your eggs in one basket - especially if you're passive about it.
#5 - Assuming the year-end performance review is the best time to ask.
Because you have no idea when and how bosses make promotion decisions.
If you can relate to any of these mistakes...
You're not alone.
Many corporate professionals want to earn a higher salary.
But they have no idea what's the step-by-step on how to negotiate.
My students now know the salary negotiation strategy and steps I've personally used in my career.
And, applied by my private coaching clients who have made 10% - 67% salary increments for both external job offers and internal salary increments.
You can learn the same.
Watch the 2.5-hour Salary Negotiation Workshop video recording replay in the Group Mentoring module.
Free 6 months of unlimited replay when you enroll in The Corporate Survivor.
Get paid your real value.
You're already working hard anyway.
So Mei, which salary negotiation mistake have you made in your career? :)
With love (and excitement),
Mei Phing xx