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I was going to write a post about all the different types of negotiations that you can have in the workplace and make a very 'listy' type post, but then I remembered that I hate those types of posts (even if they get more eyeballs). So, I decided to get specific and go through the types of negotiations you have in the workplace, but get deeper into each one. I was trying to avoid the doing another series, but this might turn into one.
Negotiating a raise is likely one of the most challenging and foreboding negotiations the average person will have to do. And even you as the seasoned negotiation professional may get a bit nervous about it. Negotiating with a supplier or procurement person is one thing, but negotiating with your boss is another things entirely, right?
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Want more money? Ask for more.
"But Mark, it's not that easy,.....you don't understand,......you've never worked in my industry,.....i really want this job,....blah blah blah."
Nonsense!!! Granted, people get intimidated by the idea of negotiating salaries when they get a new job, but it's so critically important!!! Remember that last post on perceived value? When you negotiate for a higher salary when starting your job, you're raising your perceived value in the eyes of the person making the decision to hire you. Not only that, but you're getting more money. And I don't just mean more money up front, I mean more money over your entire lifetime.
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