Here Are 5 Free Ways To Level Up Your Salary Negotiation Skills

Want to learn 5 free ways to level up your negotiation skills to help you summit that next career goal? This post profiles five free resources that you can access immediately to help you research and prepare for your next salary negotiation.

Negotiation skills can radically change your earning potential and accelerate your career trajectory. A recent study of job seekers found that only half of those looking for a job negotiate their salary. When applicants did negotiate, the job seeker would ended up with a higher salary. While all salary negotiations are not the same, the value of preparation is helpful in any situation.  It literally pays off to do your research and preparation before negotiating a starting salary or an annual review. Let’s take a look at five free negotiation resources that can help level up your negotiation skills right now:

Cindy Gallop is legendary in breaking boundaries and being fearless about demanding her worth. She’s also dedicated to helping people – and particularly women – demand that they are paid their value. The Cindy Gallop Chatbot was made to commemorate the Equal Pay Day, and it’s the liberating digital gift that keeps on helping people. The interactive chatbot gives f-bomb laden encouragement, as well as industry and geographically specific salary data. If you’re getting ready for a salary negotiation or annual review, get on Facebook Messenger and add the AskCindyGallop chatbot to help you prepare. It’s as easy as texting a friend.

2. Refinery29’s Secret Guide To Getting More

This interactive guide is a rich salary negotiation treasure trove developed by Lindsey Stanberry and Benish Shah. It features research and data from ten major industries, including finance, healthcare, tech, media, and many more. Each tab contains job titles at every level of the career ladder, including the market rate of salaries and insider tips from industry experts. Tabs also contain “conversation starters” which expand on industry standards, expectations, and useful tips on how to discuss aspects of your position with your negotiating partner or supervisor. The guide features curated posts with more information and research on pitfalls to avoid and other useful tactical negotiation tips.

3. Salary Negotiation: Learn The Negotiation Mindset Class on Udemy

A popular free class with over 30,000 students enrolled, Jim Hopkinson offers a chance to learn the basics of negotiation skills in 30 minutes or less. Hopkinson is the author of Salary Tutor, and is a speaker, trainer and mentor to entrepreneurs. This Udemy class can be a quick and helpful primer for anyone looking to bolster their negotiation skills and develop an adaptive negotiation mindset.

4. Nasty Gap Free Negotiation Courses

Rafaela Sapire learned something upsetting about her first job. She found out she had left money on the table in terms of her salary because she didn’t negotiate. So she launched Nasty Gap, and set out to help others with her four-part free course, including guides, research and step-by-step videos to help job seekers. She also gathered research and support for women founders seeking help in pitching seed funding.

5. The Negotiation Planner App

The Negotiation Planner is a web and mobile app offering no-frills tactical advice on how to plan for negotiations, including deals around salary. The website was developed by negotiation expert George Siedel, and features helpful checklists such as the Power Tool. This tool provides clarifying guidance around determining and focusing what your BATNA (best alternative to a negotiated agreement) might be. The questions featured in the Planner can be a helpful reference when gaming out your future salary negotiation.

 

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Author: ITLogicPartnersLLC

ITlogic Partners L.L.C is a high-touch consultative recruiting firm that partners with start-ups, mid-market, and high growth organizations. Official website www.itlogicpartners.com/

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