Salary Negotiation Coaching
The interview question about salary requirements can either qualify or disqualify someone very quickly. There is an art to responding with a powerful answer. It’s not about what someone wants.
- Present your number first.
- Ask for More Than What You Want.
- Don’t ask what the range is.
- Be kind and flexible.
- Prioritize your requests.
- Don’t mention personal needs.
Recruiters regularly ask this pre-qualifying question. You only have one chance to make a first impression!
You finally received a job offer from a company you would like to work with, and they want to know if you’re ready to accept it.
You believe that you can request a higher salary and better compensation package, but you just don’t know how to negotiate these things in your job offer. How do you counter their job offer? What if you ask for too much? Could you possibly leave money on the table by asking for too little? What if they retract the job offer? How do you know what to do and if you’re doing it correctly?
Negotiating salary can be uncomfortable, confusing or challenging. It’s a skill you seriously need if you want to get ahead in your career. Steven Davis has asked this question for more than 15 years as a recruiter: “What are your salary expectations?” It’s going to disqualify or qualify a candidate very quickly. Our salary negotiation coaching will help you navigate salary discussions, earn a promotion, or just get more comfortable fighting for what you deserve.