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In “Value Focused Negotiations: Do you feel that you are being paid what you are worth?” Dr. Gia and Hayward Suggs answer the important questions on how to express your value and negotiate the appropriate compensation for the skills you bring to the table.
- How do you quantify your value in terms of money?
- What salary and benefit negotiations should you be making?
Read all about how YOU can confidently translate your values into a negotiation for compensation in the May 2016 Talent Management edition of Excellence Essentials.
Value Focused Negotiations:
Do you feel that you are being paid what you are worth? Web. May 2016
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Previously featured was Dr. Gia’s book, Onboarding; Maximize The Success of New Employees.
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- The Gamification Revolution By Gabe Zichermann and Joselin Linder
- What to Say when Things Get Tough by Leonard S. Greenberger
- The Talent Selection and Onboarding by Erika Lamont and Anne Bruce
- Perfect Phrases for Perfect Hiring by Lori Davila and Margot King
- Coming Alive by Ruth K. Ross
- Managers Guide ot Employee Engagement by Scott Carbonara
- Fearless Performance Reviews by Jeffery & Linda Russell
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We live in a fast-paced world. This momentum imposes itself on every aspect of our lives; professional, social, spiritual, and emotional. This dynamic and complex existence challenges each of us to consider what and who is worthy of our moments each day. Cumulatively, what will those moments have accomplished, who will we have touched, how will we have impacted those around us?
As I approach this next phase of my life where there may be more moments behind me than there are in front of me, I pray to spend many more moment like I the ones I spent this last week embracing the truth that “Real wealth is discretionary time. Money is simply fuel for your life” (Weiss, 2009).