Salary Negotiation: The 7-Step Negotiation Training
Salary Negotiation: The 7-Step Negotiation Training, How to negotiate salary with confidence. Negotiation Skills.Body language. Career development. Communication.
- This course is written and presented by a medical doctor with 20 years’ experience in self-improvement training, coaching and counseling.
- It has been recorded and produced on a studio quality level.
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For the majority of workers asking for a pay raise can be a nerve-wracking experience. Even if the company is prospering, you still might feel as if you were being too demanding or bumptious. If the negotiation is not executed in the right manner with the right preparation, it may lead to embarrassment, distaste and anger.
My name is Roy Naraine. I’m a medical doctor with over 20 years of experience in self-improvement training. After being continuously bombarded by my students with salary negotiation questions, I decided to create this comprehensive, 7 step guide to increasing your salary.
Truth to be told, salary negotiation is not so difficult, as long as you follow a specific set of rules. What many people don’t realize is that any kind of negotiation requires a little bit more than just the right arguments.
In order to succeed you also need to mentally prepare yourself for the conversation. You need to be able to present yourself effectively to inspire and motivate your boss to acknowledge your request.
The aim of this short course is to provide you the right tools for your confrontation with the boss and allow you to choose the time and atmosphere most conducive to acquiring success.
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