“Henceforth the leaves of the tree of knowledge were for women, and the healing of nations.” Lucy Stone
Throughout my 20 years plus career of working in international reward and remuneration, one thing has become apparent to me. The topic of asking for a pay rise, promotion or professional opportunity daunts many women (& some men) and one thing that can take away a little of the fear and uncertainty or how it might all pan out is feeling like you know what you’re doing, because you’ve been following step by step processes……ones created by someone who not only has worked in the field, but who has utilised all of the processes and coached hundreds of people to do the same…
And this is what’s here for you now. Over 60 pages from my book ‘Six Steps to Six Figures’ on exactly how to go about asking for what you want, in a detailed, practical, step by step way that will get you the results your heart and soul desires for you. So what are you waiting for?
And if after that tasty morsel, you think you might be interested in reading Step 1 to 5, you can get the book here! https://highvaluewoman.org/project/six-steps/
How can you make sure you’re not leaving money on the table throughout your career?
In this video, I will share with you 3 principles to help you begin cultivating the courage and confidence to ASK for what you want in your career. They are:
- How to set yourself up for success starting now (this can change the trajectory of your career)
- A strategy few people use, and which can make all the difference in the world (for you, your manager and the organisation)
- The ultimate strategy for creating success in your career, professionally and financially (so, you’re always in control).
I hope you enjoy it!
What does the future of reward look like, and how can you make the most of it?
Ever wondered what the industry thinks will be the future of reward? In these 3 videos (3 seems to be the magic number for this page!) I talk to global consulting firm Mercer about what I believe the future holds for all of us when it comes to asking for what we want.