Salary Negotiation Coaching Service

How to ask your boss for a $30,000 raise and get more.

My client secured a 19% salary increase ($51,000/year) with my hands-on support.

Are you one of the 54% of professionals who has never asked for a pay raise?

If so, you could be walking away from hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of your lifetime.*

But asking for a raise is tough. You have to sit down and ask yourself “icky” questions, like:

  • What am I worth, actually, in dollars?
  • What if my manager says no?
  • Am I saying that I’m worth more than my teammates?
  • What if I get fired for asking?

If you struggle with any of these questions, or if the thought of asking for a raise makes you nauseated, but you know you deserve more money, book your one-on-one salary negotiation coaching call today.


With my coaching, I will create a plan of action just for you:

  • You will learn the specific techniques that will work for your unique personality.
  • I’ll discuss your bosses and reporting hierarchy to identify what will work for your unique corporate structure.
  • I’ll also show you how to anticipate your bosses’ and HR’s moves before they make them. This will help you go into the negotiation process fully prepared and with a cool head.
  • I’ll give you live feedback on your “ask” script.

So work with me on Saturday, talk to your manager on Monday, and get yourself that raise by Wednesday.**

Why sign up?

  • A raise of just $5,000/year early on in your career, assuming a typical salary growth of 3%/year, means $500,000 more over the course of your lifetime.
  • This number shoots up to a million dollars if you are able to negotiate a $10,000 raise.
  • Even if you have only 10 years left to retire, a $10,000/year raise with a salary growth rate of 3% means $131,849 more in your pocket.

Don’t let opportunities pass you by!


What our clients have to say

"CareerTuners provides services for things that other folks could easily add on as charges. They take out time to answer your questions and concerns."
Abdullah Rashidi
Applications Analyst
"In a market sector that can cause some people to become jaded and numb to the needs of the individual, CareerTuners is a powerful, positive force - energetic and results driven."
Michael Mayher
"...She initially offered me $272K, but the new number is $323,000 now. Thank you. Your advice was extremely useful."
Anonymous Client

Our Process

In this salary negotiation coaching session, I will share fill-in-the-blank templates with you for:

  • Calculating exactly how much to ask for.
  • Talking to your boss during your meeting.
  • Emailing your boss if you prefer written communication.
  • Gently turning a “no” into a “yes.”
  • We will fill out all of these templates together and I’ll give you feedback in real time.
  • I’ll also break down the biggest negotiation mistakes people make when asking for a raise and how you can avoid them.

Don’t let hundreds of thousands of dollars slip away from you.


Even if you just got a raise, our coaching service will help you plan for your next raise or promotion. Or if you’re changing jobs soon, you can use it to work on your interview skills so you get more job offers. This coaching service designed to be useful at any point in your career. So you can use it now whether you just negotiated your salary or plan to soon.

It is a 60-minute one-on-one coaching call where I will discuss your achievements, your managers’ priorities, and how you can align with them. I will also rehearse the conversation with you and rehearse how you can address your managers’ objections.

I will continue to text you and record voice notes and have short calls with you after our initial collaboration session to help you navigate the ever-evolving salary discussion that you are likely going to be having with your manager.

I have helped professionals just like you negotiate their worth and get paid what they deserve for over 11 years now. Just last month, I helped someone negotiate a $51,000 higher offer and have been helping people make tens of thousands more for over 12 years.

As a business leader who makes hiring decisions several times a year, I know exactly what makes a manager excited about giving out raises and what makes them want to pull their hair out in frustration.

The main reason to negotiate is that there might be room to negotiate. Whether you’re a recent college grad looking for your first full-time job, or an experienced executive hoping to step up, you’ll only know if there’s room to negotiate by trying it.