Aug 24, 2022
"Men in corporate tend to be more competitive, and women tend to be more cooperative."—Laura Browne
Do you feel you are being paid what you are worth in your corporate job or by your clients?
Maybe you've tried asking, haven't found the courage, or you think it would be easier to find a new job than to ask for a raise.
But, whether you're a corporate leader or an entrepreneur, we all want to make more money for our work.
So how can you put yourself in the game and ask for what you want?
Laura Browne spent over 20 years in global human resources and management development. She now helps women to be more confident and successful and make more money through her online training programs at Career Tips for Women. Laura has written for Forbes and been quoted in publications such as Cosmopolitan, Family Circle, and USA Weekend. She is the author of 10 books, including the recently released Increase Your Income: 7 Rules for Women Who Want To Make More Money at Work.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Laura joins Anjel to share how being pushed out of her cubicle helped her to discover the map to help women ask for and get the money they want for their work.
Laura offers her tips on how to ask your boss for a raise in a way that makes your salary negotiations collaborative rather than a contentious negotiation.
Listen in as Laura shares the critical question to ask to get what you're worth as an entrepreneur, plus how women can lean into their differences in a corporate environment in a way that will help them thrive.
A special announcement, we were awarded an Award of Distinction from the 28TH ANNUAL COMMUNICATOR AWARDS (2022) in the category of Featured Podcast Host. We want to send a special thank you to you, our listeners! Thank you for listening!
How Laura turned getting fired into a career helping women
The biggest ally you have in your quest for more money at work
The 2 most important things women can do to thrive in a male-dominated environment
How to make small changes in your corporate environment without compromising your integrity
How to tell if it’s your company or your industry that needs to change before you make a move
Why a no is just the beginning of the salary conversation
Laura shares the story of a client that almost left 5K on the table and how she helped her get it
How to stop taking corporate money issues personally
How Laura applies her money techniques to help her entrepreneurial clients charge what they’re worth
The #1 key question to ask to get what you are worth when you’re an entrepreneur
How to stop playing small and ask for (and get) what you want
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