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Welcome and thank you for investing in your professional future with our course on How To Ask For A Raise!

We're so glad you're here.

The stats

Just under two thirds of employees have never asked for a raise in their current job, although 70% of those who do ask, successfully negotiate more money.

For the most part, employees say they don't ask because they don't really know how to and they're worried about the effect getting their ask wrong will have on their job.

The great news is, there's a proven process

This course is specifically designed to thoroughly prepare you to have the pay negotiation with confidence and get paid exactly what you're worth.

You'll learn what research you should do, how to structure your approach so you highlight your accomplishments, how to approach that awkward conversation and what happens after you know the outcome.

Lastly, we'll give you some advanced communication skills that you can use to improve your communication and understanding with your boss as well as your other colleagues.

This course is a mixture of video giving you the step by step process to follow and worksheets to download and complete, to document your research, goals and accomplishments.

Following our process, you'll go into your pay negotiation knowing what you're worth and with solid information to show how you've contributed to the company you work.

In short, you'll have all the information your boss needs to be able to sign off a higher salary and you'll be able to approach the request in a way that maximizes your chances of getting a yes.

Take your time but don't miss steps

How To Ask For A Raise is a completely self-paced course, so you can complete it as quickly (or slowly) as you like. But, don't miss anything out!

Every step is vitally important to ensure you are as well prepared as you can possibly be.

Please feel free to ask for help

There's a discussion field below every lesson, so whenever you have questions or comments, please enter them and we'll answer you as quickly as we can!

Thanks again for taking this course... let's get started.

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