Discover what you should be earning
How (and why) to do a personal quarterly review
You can’t get what you want if you don’t ask for it… and you can’t ask for the right compensation package if you don’t know what it is.
In this post, I’m breaking down the best strategies and the most useful resources for finding out what you should be earning.
I'm also highlighting how important it is for you to make this a regular practice AND why you should be paying it forward, too. #salarytransparency #balancetheequation #equalpay
Remember, every single dollar left on the table in base salary is a compound loss that touches every other element of your compensation package and will impact your earning potential for years to come.
Declare your value with contribution statements
Especially when you’re in the middle of a project or a busy season, time moves fast. It’s so easy to look around and realize it’s annual review time again, and you can barely recall what you were doing last week.
A personal quarterly review gives you time to slow down, reflect, and make micro-adjustments to your day-to-day approach, which increases the likelihood you’ll reach your short- and longer-term goals.
In this post, I take you through my six-step approach to your personal quarterly review. Get ready to have your best quarter yet!
One of the most significant mistakes I see women (and some men!) making is working really, really hard and hoping someone will notice their contributions, pluck them out of obscurity, and give them the raise, promotion, or high-visibility project they’ve been hoping for. Sure, it happens. But far more often, it doesn’t…
In this post, I break down an exercise you can do right now to clearly define your accomplishments in concrete terms that clearly illustrate the contributions you have made and why they are valuable, and then claim them everywhere you can: professional resumés and portfolios, performance reviews, career advancement discussions, and more.