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3 Signs You’re An Expert (1) You’re relied upon to train others yet your formal job functions/responsibilities exclude training (you demonstrate expertise) (2) You’re selected to attend meetings to explain processes, procedures problems and present solutions (you’re well versed and others defer to you) (3) You have a proven track record of success | Fairygodboss
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If this description fits you, make sure your role and compensation reflect your expertise. Check your value in the market and it, plus the facts about how the company makes use of your expertise, to make sure you are at or above the benchmark in your industry and area.
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YES Marne!! It isn’t uncommon for women to shy away from the term expert when describing themselves. Once they embrace it, prayerfully the confidence to communicate value - especially during compensation conversations becomes second nature.