Align your strategy with the company to win raises

06/12/2013 | Brazen Careerist

Ask the boss what goals need to be met for raises, then set secret "overachiever" goals to shoot for, Barrett Brooks writes. Record all of your successes and put them in a portfolio to present to the boss at the end of the year. "Adding a few initial goals for the year ahead will demonstrate that giving you a raise or promotion is an investment in the continued growth of the business --not just a couple extra beers in your fridge," Brooks writes.

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