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I don’t accept a new management level: how to negotiate my exit

I don’t accept a new management level (just above me) While you have good results and good press in your company, know your job and are competent, an organization reshuffle is decided and a new [...]

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I’m leaving to create my own company: how to negotiate my exit

I’m leaving to create my own company Introduction The desire to win more independence, revenue, maneuver margin or creativity may push some of us to be entrepreneurs. This is no doubt one of the [...]

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I am sidelined: how to negotiate your exit

I am sidelined This type of situation may occur when an organization is reshuffled and a new one is set into place following the arrival of a new MD or a merge with another entity for example. [...]

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To Pick oneself up from a burnout (and not to fall into it again)

To Pick oneself up from a burnout (and not to fall into it again) This is a follow-up of a previous article on “Negotiate your departure after a Burnout”. Reminder The burnout is an overheating [...]

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Negotiate your leaving your company while on parental leave.

Negotiate your leaving your company while on parental leave. Parental Leave is a legal provision for a parent to take a leave from his/her company to take care of a natural or adopted child. Up [...]

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Leaving your company to create your own with the right exit strategy

Leaving your company to create your own The entrepreneurial desire can come to you for more independence, maneuver margin, creativity, satisfaction or increase of revenues. For some it could be a [...]

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Leaving Public Service

Leaving Public Service in France In private sector as well as in public service, you should do everything to make the break-up as smooth as possible. Why so many efforts to part easily and stay [...]

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My company fires me and does not want to negotiate: the preconceived ideas

My company fires me and does not want to negotiate: the preconceived ideas Let’s imagine this case: you have been working in the same company for several years and your track record is good, you [...]

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