The last time we connected, we discussed best practices to avoid the lure of easy money, instead focusing on key elements of a new opportunity that sets you up for success in the short and long terms. Evaluating opportunities is just half the battle. In fact, navigating the transition process from your old role to your new one can be just as tricky. Now it’s time to share how to best transition away from your current employer while keeping your existing professional relationships intact.
Career Transitions, Professional Relationships
October signals fall in full swing, a run on holidays, and the beginning of the last three action-packed months of the year. It’s also the beginning of the fourth quarter of the fiscal year for most organizations – a time when many strategy consultants push pause on any thoughts of leaving consulting and sit tight until the beginning of the new year.
Career Opportunities, Employees, Opportunity
Organizations around the world are hyperfocused on the bottom line. For those running lean, that means maximizing the value of each team member, process and action. On the other side of the coin, most organizations recognize the value of A-level talent and are willing to fairly compensate individuals they view as legitimate difference makers.
A-level Talent, CareerBuilder Survey, Employees, HR Responsibilities