Here are the 3 steps to salary negotiating that will assist you in getting the salary you really want and deserve.
1. Know what you want.
2. Show your enthusiasm.
3. Ask for a higher salary than you really want.
1. Know what you want. Have all your ducks in a row. It makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? Know what you want before you get the offer. Make a list of what you want, salary, benefits, computer, etc. Prioritize the items on your list and these become your negotiating tools.
Dressing appropriately for the interview is important. Why? Think about it. For the interviewer, it is the first image of you when they first see you. It is their first impression of you. Quite often I am asked “how do I dress for the interview if the employees dress casual.”
Below are the top do’s and don’ts for women and men to think about when preparing for the interview. Think, dress for success!
Do’s & Don'ts for Women
As a professional resume writer and Executive coach, I write blogs on success stories and tips for job seekers going through career transition on the topics of resumes, the interview, social networking, negotiating and many other subjects to help you through career transition. Today, I thought it would be fun to do something a bit different. So, this week we’ll take a quiz to review two of my blog posts written earlier this year on the interview and relevant today. Let's see what you remember. If you haven't read my former interview posts, let's see how much you know. Let’s have some fun with this. Ready? Here we go...
Below are 5 true or false questions based on two of my popular blog posts titled “Job Interviewing Success! The 7 Critical Rules to Remember” and the “Top Job Interview Do’s and Don’ts for Women and Men to Dress for Success.”
5 Interview Question
Review the interview statements below. Are they True or False?
1. It's best to answer all situational questions with one of your accomplishments. Even if it’s unrelated to the job, it’s still one of your accomplishments.
2. Focus your answers on your skills
3. Wear conservative or power colors. This shows your confidence to the interviewer.