Once you receive a job offer, all the negotiating leverage switches from the employer to you. They are no longer thinking about hiring anyone else, they’re now focused on getting you in the role. The result: items that weren’t negotiable before the offer are now suddenly negotiable. Use this new leverage and the following guidelines to make thousands in minutes.More
The email you send right after an interview can make all the difference between landing an offer and getting rejected. Think of your followup not as a thank-you note, but rather as an “Impact Email”; after reflecting on the interview, use the followup as an opportunity to really make your case. Ideally, send one email to each person you met with, tailoring the content to the specific conversation.
The content should influence the interviewer’s decision-making based on what you learnedMore
As the economy continues to rebound, more job opportunities are opening up, increasing your chance of landing a new role. Accepting the wrong offer, however, can actually cost you dearly. As one client put it: “I should never have accepted their offer; it was a toxic environment and I was not set up for success, but I was blinded by the money and prestige.” You can reduce the odds of accepting the wrong job offer by asking yourself three questions: