VYP Blog: February 2016

Raise your hand if you've ever found yourself sweating bullets and fumbling for words when negotiating for a new position or raise (presumably, every hand in the room has gone up). 

 

 

In the career building sphere of a young professional’s life, it might seem smart to agree to take on extra projects, additional workload, a commitment to a non-profit organization or even something as simple as agreeing to plan a co-worker’s birthday lunch. After all, you want to be seen as a go-getter, eager for opportunities and willing to do whatever it takes to grow your skill set and help the company. But there are situations when it is perfectly appropriate to say “no.”