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Invest $1.99 and Get the Raise You Deserve

Suddenly in Charge $1.99 on the Kindle for one month only

I’m not going to throw in a set of steak knives with this exceptional offer but I am going to direct you to the Amazon/Kindle store where my book, Suddenly in Charge is being featured in this month’s exclusive promotion. In fact, my book is #1 in the Kindle Leadership Category. Here’s an excerpt from the chapter on How to Ask for a Raise and Actually Get it.

Why Now is the Time to Ask for a Raise

Are you feeling like you deserve a raise? Join the club. In my book, Suddenly in Charge, I talk about six situations where you stand a good chance of receiving the raise you deserve. Here are three of those situations.

You hit a homerun—You hit the project out of the park and the fans are cheering. Negotiate for better terms while you are still a superstar.

Atlas in the workplace—The weight of the department is on your shoulders, now that half the staff has been eliminated.

Cashing in on promises—You accepted your current compensation under the premise that an adjustment would be made at a specific point in time. That time has passed.

In my coaching practice, I tell people you can’t simply sit around waiting for someone to knock on your door telling you that you’ve won a sweepstakes. You have to take matters into your own hands. So go forth and ask for a raise and don’t be surprised when you actually get it.

Don’t delay as this pricing is only in effect until the end of April. Download the book today and come back and share how you asked for a raise and actually got it!

Roberta

 

 

 

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One Comment

  1. Posted November 30, 2016 at 2:44 am | Permalink

    In addition to the strong skills one needs the support of the mentors, parents and should have a great environment which can mold a person build a great career.

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