My client loves her job but felt underpaid.
She has been working at her current consulting company for 2.5 years without any salary increment.
Her problem? She never asked.
She thought that just by working hard, her bosses will notice and automatically give her a salary increment.
It didn’t happen — and she’s been waiting for years.
Last November, she attended the Salary Negotiation Workshop I hosted for clients/students in my career course, The Corporate Survivor.
She learned that it is possible to get salary increments every year and HOW to ask her bosses for it.
Then, she asked for feedback on how to better sell herself during our 1:1 career strategy call. *FREE when you join The Corporate Survivor career course.
I shared my insights on what management thinks and how to best improve her chances, as a former corporate leader.
She also learned my 3-step framework taught in the course on how to:
~ Get clear in the corporate world
~ Get confident with corporate skills
~ Get visible with personal branding
And, attended our monthly group mentoring sessions to continue improving her work performance
She finally had the courage to ask for a raise.
She told herself that whether she got it or not, she was proud of herself for stepping out of her comfort zone.
It turns out that her bosses were very happy that she spoke out.
She got it - 10%
The salary increment was recently announced and she is super excited!
How she did it?
She realised that staying quiet is causing her to feel stuck at a job she loves. And, it’s now time to learn how to get visible and the right strategies to sell her value.
Once she feels confident to speak up, she no longer feels stuck and underpaid.
She asked. And she got it.
If you’re sitting at your desk in the corner of the office every day without getting recognised for your hard work…
You’ll continue to feel unappreciated, stuck and underpaid.
Career growth happens once you start applying the right strategies.
It’s not you.
It’s your STRATEGY.
So, Friend, are you ready to learn career strategies that actually work?