The One Where I Received A "Promotion"

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Andrea receives a well-earned promotion but does not receive the compensation she was expecting. She knows her male counterpart was paid significantly more to do the same job. She discusses the issue with her manager and receives an interesting response.

Join in as the panel candidly discusses what you should do as a leader and an employee if you find yourself in a similar situation.

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Recommended Reading:

5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins (see attached book summary - found at Paul Minors website)

What Got You Here Won't Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith

Leader recommendation:

1. Be prepared for conversations, using phrases like, "This conversation is important and I want to be prepared for it, would you mind if we had it (insert date and time).

2. Provide a career path for your team. If you cannot give the employee the rate they desire at that moment, show them how it is possible and what they need to do to achieve the next milestone. Find great career path conversations in the recommended readings.

Employee Recommendation:

1. Greatness happens during moments of bravery. The 5 Second Rule is a great technique to reprogram your brain. Countdown 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and ask for what you want or need.

2. The decision maker makes the decision. Speak to your audience and know your worth. What do you expect to receive and what needs to be done to get there?

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