3 Things You Need To Know Before Asking For a Promotion Or Pay Rise

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Have you ever asked for a promotion or pay rise? According to research only 22% of women have asked compared to 42% of men.

Not only can earning more or being promoted make a huge difference to your earnings over a lifetime but, when you feel valued and recognised at work it gives a great boost to your job fulfilment.

In this interactive session Career and Confidence Coach Jo Painter will share how to confidently prepare and ask for a pay rise or promotion without being aggressive, even if you’re worried that they’ll say no

You will leave knowing:

- What is holding you back from asking
- What you need to prepare before asking
- When is a good time to ask
- What to say
- What to do if the answer is No

Plus the motivation to Just Ask!


LondonTechLadies events are open to anyone - men & women from any industry or background are welcome.


New Venue Details:

Harrods Crown Court Building - 25 Basil Street, SW3 1BB

Next door to Roast and Bake Café, behind the Harrods store. The entrance is a double glass door labelled ‘staff entrance’.

Nearest tube: Knightsbridge (Piccadilly Line) 2 minute walk or Sloane Square (District) 10 minute walk

On arrival ask for London Tech Ladies. You’ll be required to sign in on arrival.


Jo Painter Is the UK’s leading Career, Leadership and Confidence Coach

She's spent years researching and studying successful career women to develop programmes which achieve amazing results for the thousands of senior career women she’s worked with. She has a passion for supporting professional women who feel they're not getting the progress, recognition and fulfilment they deserve.

She appears regularly in the press, on Sky News and various PR campaigns and has worked with many organisations such as Amazon, Ford and Lloyds Banking Group speaking about the challenges for women in the workplace and how they can overcome them.

If you’d like to connect with Jo, you can book a Career Breakthrough call at www.speakwithjo.com