I recently turned down a job offer and recently learned the top range may be $30k higher than the offer I received - did I miss out on a $50k raise?!
Probably not, but it got me thinking about the process and all the things I maybe did wrong that lead to my own decision to walk away from a leadership role with a team in a pre-PRM organization (yes... it DOES sound like a dream role doesn't it?).
In this episode, I deconstruct the process and cover:
Overall, I'm generally pretty good at getting offers and, as you'll hear, have a lot to learn about negotiation. Some big takeaways?
Overall, the company is a strong company, the benefits really aren't bad, and the people were great to connect with. Someone will definitely land a great role with great people and, maybe, get a better offer than me!
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