Why You Need More Than Conventional Salary Negotiation Advice

Posted on June 23, 2015. Filed under: Career Management, Executive Job Search, Interviews, Job Market Trends, Job Promotion, Job Search Tips, Salary, Work Issues |

There’s a lot of salary negotiation advice out there that on the surface is solid, such as “go online and look at various salary comparables.” But most of the advice only focuses on one side of the negotiation, building your argument.

To get the most out of any negotiation, however, you want to make sure you understand the other side’s position as well as your own. And that’s where most professionals go wrong.

The following presentation helps you go beyond the conventional to get the best number, not just a satisfactory number, from your next salary discussion:

Stephen Van VreedeAbout Stephen—-

Stephen Van Vreede is not your average IT/technical résumé writer. He provides career strategy and concierge job search solutions for senior (15+ years) (ITtechExec) and up-and-coming (NoddlePlace) (5-15 years) tech and technical operations leaders. Stephen and his team focus on building simplified, targeted, and certain career move campaigns, be it an external search or an internal promotion. He is co-author of UNcommon with career development leader Brian Tracy (out June 11, 2015). Contact Stephen directly at Stephen@ittechexec.com or send him an invite at https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenvanvreede. To see whether Stephen and his team are a good fit for you, take their free (and anonymous) 1-minute compatibility quiz, Is the ITtechExec Approach a Good Match for You? Also, feel free to take his complimentary resume self-assessment quiz, How Certain Can You Be About Your Technical Resume? You might be surprised by what you find out!

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