Essentials to Negotiating a Higher Salary.

Essentials to Negotiating a Higher Salary.

Salary negotiation coaching to negotiate the highest salary. Including negotiating a counter offer for a new job offer, new terms of contract, an existing pay raise and promotion. How to achieve the highest salary possible.

  1. Try not to become intimidated or overwhelmed by salary negotiation. Call, message me, or email me if you are having any concerns.
  2. Every situation is unique. So It’s important to stay diligent for every step of the negotiation process. You don’t have to wait for answers.
    Its inportant to evaluate everything with you, taking into consideration the risks and rewards.
  3. Salary negotiation is important for both females and males. by going through your specific circumstances with a potential employer, you give yourself options as each individual is different.
  4. Try to delay answering the “What is your expected salary?” This is extremely important because no matter how you answer this question, it will affect your salary negotiation after the offer. So start preparing for salary negotiation before you start attending interviews.
  5. Not negotiating $8,000 at the start of your career may not sound like much. But it can add up to more than $300,000 over the course of your career. So as you can see sthe risk-reward is very low because this will help you earn much more over the course of your career.
  6. There are a few different types of salary negotiations: negotiating starting salary, terms of contract or a pay raise at your current job.
    It is also important that you gain valuable negotiation skills that you can use in different areas. Whether you are negotiating a salary, negotiating a contract or negotiating with a supplier or vendor.
  7. Do you ever wonder why some of your friends make much more than you do? It is probably because they started off by negotiated their salary.

Is salary negotiation coaching only for managers and executives?

  • No, salary negotiation is not limited to only managers and executives. It includes all levels, all fields, females and males.
  • While the amount of negotiated varies depending on the salary, you can negotiate salary for lower paying jobs.
  • It depends more on your expertise and on your personal circumstances.
  • If your experience is with a competitor, you will be in a much better position to negotiate. Regardless of your position.
  • Most employers expect an employee to negotiate. But many employees don’t even think about negotiating.

Salary negotiation coaching and training

  • There are many different salary negotiation coaching services available online that can also help you gain counter offer negotiation skills.
  • Salary negotiating requires training, planning and practice.
  • Earn $1000s of extra dollars in total salary package, by negotiating the salary package.
  • Its important to build a very clear picture of your own specific personal circumstances. This is to evaluate the rewards and risks with you. You can then determine how high to negotiate, in simple steps.
  • You might not be comfortable with salary negotiation. Or you simply don’t like the idea of negotiating. However, you may like the idea of negotiating and you are comfortable with it, but you just need expert assistance,
  • All discussions are professional and confidential.
  • I can also help you to achieve the best outcome.

How does salary negotiation coaching and training work?

I offer salary coaching by:

  1. having a face to face consultation, meeting or discussion in person
  2. having discussions via phone or video call
  3. communicating online and via email.


What does salary negotiation coaching include?

Salary negotiation for a new job

Let the company decide to hire you first, then discuss salary. Negotiate after being offered the job, but before accepting the offer.

Negotiating a salary increase or pay raise at an existing job

The best times to ask for a salary increase are;

  • after the company announces good financial results
  • before next year’s budget
  • after you have secured another job with a competitor
  • once you have successfully completed a major project

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Negotiating a promotion salary

Many take on more responsibilities without being rewarded. So make sure you negotiate your next promotion salary.


I assist you whether you are a CEO, executive, IT project manager, software developer, teacher, engineer, accountant, technician or supervisor. In addition to most professions.


Assisting clients across Minnesota: from Mankat to the Twin Cities, and St. Cloud, to Duluth


I assist clients at different levels and from different countries with salary negotiation coaching. Including clients from USA, Japan, Germany, India, Germany, Australia, and France.


Should I hire a salary negotiation coach?

  • Most people don’t even think about negotiating their salary offer.
  • Most don’t like the idea of salary negotiation.
  • Some are not comfortable with the idea at all.
  • But those who do negotiate know the rewards make salary negotiation worthwhile.
  • A salary negotiation coach will definitely help whether:
    • you are not comfortable with negotiation
    • you simply don’t like the idea of negotiating
    • or you like the idea of negotiating and you are comfortable with it and just need expert assistance,
  • The effort and cost involved in working with a salary negotiation coach is minimal compared with the potential salary increase.



You will be in a better position to negotiate a higher starting salary, if you are currently employed. So, it is better not to resign before you have a new job offer. A salary negotiation coach helps you negotiate the highest salary.


I also offer procurement negotiation coaching and terms of contract negotiation coaching. In addition to other negotiation coaching and training services.


Please email me or call me for a free initial salary negotiation coaching evaluation.

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