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7 Steps to Take Before You Join the Great Resignation

Prepare For What's Next With an Annual Career Checkup

Thinking of joining the Great Resignation? You’re not alone. More than 4.5 million Americans voluntarily resigned in November 2021 alone.

Before you say “take this job and shove it,” we recommend an annual career checkup.

CEO Anne Sample shared with Fox Business seven steps for senior leaders to take to ensure your next move is thoughtful, rather than reactionary:

  1. Reflect on your reasons
  2. Identify your superpowers
  3. Document your accomplishments
  4. Find your purpose
  5. Create your professional narrative
  6. Update your resume and LinkedIn profile
  7. Visualize new experiences

The more considered and clear you are in your job search, the more your friends, colleagues, family and professional network can help you achieve your goals.

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