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The Art of Maximizing Your Compensation

How to negotiate a top package and get everything you deserve

Lisa Rangel

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High achievers don't wait to be offered a great compensation plan. They ask for it-and present proof as to why it's warranted.

That's easier said than done, though. If the idea of negotiating for a higher salary and a better compensation package breaks you out into a cold sweat, you're not alone-it's a nerve-wracking prospect (especially when you are unprepared).

But the alternative is stagnating in your role, getting unfairly compensated for your hard work and skills, and losing years of financial ground. So get prepared. 

If you value yourself, your skills, and your abilities, why would you settle for anything less than the total compensation you believe you deserve?

This book will give you all the tools you need to negotiate an above market-rate compensation package with an attractive salary that matches the value you bring to a role. Specifically you will learn:

  • The 6 mindset shifts that'll set you on the right track for successful negotiations
  • How to use the universal rule for determining your worth at work
  • 13 proven tactics to negotiate a pay raise and maximize your salary
  • What can you ask for in addition to salary that can be more valuable than money
  • Why executive recruiters ask for your desired salary-and what to do about it
  • 10 proven tactics to get your next promotion faster

Negotiate for the robust salary and total compensation package you want-and watch your career trajectory soar.



career development, interviewing, career, promotion, salary, job hunting, executive salary