Pause, Clarify, Decide

Sarkar, Debashis
February 2011
Personal Excellence Essentials;Feb2011, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p4
The article offers tips when deciding to look for a new job. The author suggests talking to the boss to clarify whether or not an employee is contributing to team goals or impact strategic priorities. He recommends asking the boss to modify the job if there is lack of personal development or professional growth. Having an idea of where one wants to be in 2020 and lacking the right standing within the organization are also advised.


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