You want a promotion. Go to your supervisor and offer to work in the higher position for sixty to ninety days at your current salary
You want a promotion. Go to your supervisor and offer to work in the higher position for sixty to ninety days at your current salary. You can guarantee either that the company will be completely satisfied or guarantee a specific level of performance or result. At the end of the trial period, they can make the promotion and raise official or you’ll return to your previous position. As president of Chrysler, Lee Iacocca took only a $1 annual salary and stock options that would pay off only if he improved the company’s bottom line. Once you’ve offered a risk-free opportunity and people are ready to do business with you, what’s the best thing and the right thing to sell them? . . .
Increased income is a by-product of management’s perception of your worth. Find something that no one else in your company is doing (or doing well) and voluntarily add it onto your responsibilities.
Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got: 21 Ways You Can Out-Think, Out-Perform, and Out-Earn the Competition by Jay Abraham
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