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Be prepared going in: know what you want in the beginning and anticipate where things might go. Salary is not the only piece of the pie; if work from home and PTO are really important to you, make sure they are a part of the discussion. Knowing a company’s needs can help you push in the right areas to get what you want.

#any level #ambivert #strategy #salary negotiation skills
Whitney Radia
Co-CEO/Founder @ Misfit Talent

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Women need to stop competing with each other and need to fully learn to support each other. We have to soon realize that we’re all in this together, and so when it comes to individual salary negotiation, women shouldn't be afraid to ask for it. We should allow one another to own it because we deserve it.

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Carolyn Centeno
Founder @ The We Age

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As a manager, it's important for you, your managee, and the work itself that you be entirely honest. Tough conversations often require a written list of topics to use as a check-list. It'll help you keep on track, get it all out, and frame the feedback in an actionable way.

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Kari Niles
VP, Sr. Creative Director @ Audible

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The first step to getting what you want is to have clarity.

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Karin Bellatoni
Growth Strategist @ Karin Bellatoni

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Assume good intent. Go through your day, your job, and your interactions with other people with good intent. It puts you in the headspace of leading from a place of positivity and problem-solving rather than avoidance or negativity.

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Julia Sosa
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