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Nice work, Ann. There's nothing you do as a manager that doesn't have some kind of consequences. So it's best to think about that all up front.

Sometimes things work the other way. I had a client who got a significant raise in pay without the title upgrade (in her case to VP). She demanded the title as well and got it.

That's awesome and so true. Instead of gratitude you get attitude!


I think you're right - essentially everything has consequences and there really is no "free currency". Funny story about your client - apparently titles were more precious than dollars there, given their willingness to part with the latter but not so much the former.

Thanks for sharing and commenting here!


Love that phrase... "instead of gratitude you get attitude!" Very true!

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