Comment on Can You Defend Your Paycheck? by Jason

April 28, 2014 Jason

Well said. Compensation should go in lockstep with performance and results; and not formal responsibility or obligation on paper. It’s smart for emerging leaders to actively seek out opportunities to increase value where it is needed most. Find out how your organization defines and prioritizes value and contribute in those areas that compliment your skillset. High impact, low effort is the name of the game.

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