July 9, 2019

Defining our value requires us to explore our deeply held personal messages, ideas, and attitudes about ourselves and our relationship to money and/or salary. The act of asking for (more) money and/or (more/other) benefits, or crafting a personal value statement supported by accomplishments, skills/experience, and impact is complex enough. We owe it to ourselves to take time in finding and providing context and language that may help dismantle personally limiting beliefs and support us in asking for and demonstrating fair market value. 

January 7, 2019

By Lucy Alejos

Super excited to attend the DDCSP Alumni Homecoming but not sure how to talk to your employer or professor about attending? Here are 6 quick tips to help frame your conversation.