Many popular job search coaches give you the same advice: “Hold out and never say your salary expectations when asked!”
But here’s the thing. This works in an ideal world and the reality is usually very different.
If you don’t openly disclose your salary range you risk to not move on with the interview process.
But there’s a way around that. And that’s what we’re going to discuss on the podcast today!
You’ll learn how to get past the recruiter who won’t move you forward without stating a range first. And you’ll discover one bold salary negotiating tactic only audacious high achievers can use.
– Hear a typical “don’t want to say my numbers first” negotiating conversation between a candidate and recruiter. (Complete with comments of what’s really going on behind the scenes!) (1:50)
– Why most candidates DON’T have the luxury to refuse telling their number. (4:36)
– The real reason why your interview ends when you don’t state your salary range. (5:04)
– One bold negotiating tactic you can use when recruiter insists you disclose your salary range. (Warning: This is NOT for the faint-of-heart!) (7:00)
And if you still don’t feel prepared to implement all of the actions you’ve learned on this show, then go to http://pretendyourfiredtoday.com/coaching and discover how to get more in-depth help from us.
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Lisa Rangel – Executive Resume Writing Services
Lisa Rangel and the Chameleon Resumes team have helped over 6,000 executives and senior professionals land the 6-figure positions they deserve.
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