Today you meet my friend Avery Hall, Sr. VP at Wells Fargo. He teaches us a little blocking and tackling on How to Get A Raise:
Avery Tells Us More About Putting In The Work
When I played college football, I put in 30-40 hours a week to get ready for that 1 hour of battle on Saturday. I sweated from January to August without ever hearing my name once on that public announcement system. But when it was time to go - man, I was ready. And payday came. Saturday I got recognized. I worked that system for years, and I got recognized a lot.
I have a nephew who plays for the Denver Broncos, he's a running back for the Denver Broncos. Alexander Johnson -...
Today you meet my longtime friend Gary Fly, Chief Marketing Officer at the Brooks Group. He dives right at the heart of How to Get A Raise:
and those four things - more than anything else - will earn you a raise. He says “You will start to rise up. Leaders recognize skill and desire.” WOW!
Gary also mentions his mantra of “It’s easier to ride a horse in the direction it’s going….” which means rather than guess at how to get a raise in YOUR company, uncover your company’s compensation philosophy first and THEN be very intentional about following their guidelines.
This episode is filled with gems, but one of my favorites is how NOT to ask for a raise during the Pandemic. Gary, whose son is an A-10 Pilot in...
In this episode, Kurt also shares his career journey that has humble beginnings to where it is now. From working three random jobs to the President of WKS Krispy Kreme, he gives us his best advice about being the best in the business and how to ask for a raise.
Kurt brings the heat on how regular, honest communication can influence how you ask for a raise. He insists on the importance of offering value as an employee before asking for a raise or a career advancement promotion. It is important for managers and team members to...
Let me introduce you to my new friend, Cindy Deekitwong, Global Head of Marketing, 3D Printing at Henkel. She's the first female engineer in her family, and has not only lived all over the world but journeyed up the corporate ladder at a rapid pace. She believes in smashing Legos, and if you're not uncomfortable in your role, you're not stretching enough to be successful in the workplace. Cindy shares her Big 5 Real-Life Lessons, something you definitely want to hear, and how her mission is always to help one person to improve personally or professionally - and today that might be you.
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Corliss McGinty, President, and HR Momma for Soft Solutions Consulting believes if we want a raise at work, at the most basic level we have to provide evidence of our value.
Corliss shares how we can't change our IQ but we can definitely change our EQ and that one skill coupled with the right mindset can move us up the pay scale more than anything else.
Corliss also recommends some great resources, linked below.
From his home in Fairhope, AL, to representing NACE International in over 140 countries, Terry brings a unique perspective and great advice to all of us here in Raise Up Nation.
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Jan L. Rock has worked as Director of Training and HR executive at global brands like 7-Eleven Corp, Yogurtland, and Rita’s Italian Ice, and she's with us talking about all the things YOU can do to get a raise at work!
From her home base in San Diego, for over a decade, Jan stood up franchisees all over the West Coast, coaching them to success with their new businesses.
In this episode, Jan shares success managers and staff had with strategies such as preparing lists of accomplishments, and what Corp executives really look at when the boss walks through the door.
It’s even more fun because Jan has known your host Amanda since she was a baby, which brings a whole new perspective to the Raise Up Podcast!
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Travis LeFever steps up in the kickoff episode where we interview high-flying executives about all the things YOU can do to get a raise at work!
This guy has turned around three multi-million dollar corporations, taking them all from the brink of bankruptcy to their best years ever.
In this episode, Travis offers some “first job mistakes”, plus practical advice about how to approach your next conversation about getting paid more, especially how and when to do it in a down economy.
It’s more fun than hard-hitting journalism because he and your host Amanda have been married for almost a decade and he’s her very first victim...uh...guest...on the Raise Up Podcast!
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Have you ever seen an email from your boss and wondered "How in the world does this fool make more money than me?" Then, friend, you're in the right place.
This podcast is chock full of experts, strategies, and snark about toxic workplace culture and most importantly, how you get a raise!
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