There are few occasions in life so filled with optimism—and stress—as leaving one company to join another. Regardless of how common career moves are, the tactical skill and emotional fortitude required is anything but typical.
The stakes are high, and as a result, mistakes are often made. Here are three rules to follow to help ensure that you make the most of this major life event, personally and professionally.
1. Leave well. “It’s more important to leave well than it is to start well,” a good friend once told me. And it’s true. You’ve already made a good impression on your new company—you got the job!
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