Should I stay or should I go?

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  • Are you being compensated fairly enough for your efforts, knowledge and experience?
  • If not — what would make you stay?
  • How many opportunities are there to grow in terms of your seniority and income in your current company?
  • If limited then how can you create these opportunities?
  • What opportunities are there here for me?
  • Are these opportunities enough for me to stay and if so for how long?
  • What needs to change for me to feel motivated by my work again?
  • Are my values mirrored here?
  • What is in my control to make this change happen?
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  • What is not working for you?
  • How can this be improved?
  • Are those improvements enough for you to stay?
  • If so — what now needs to happen by whom and by when?
  • If you were let go tomorrow how would you feel?
  • What are you sacrificing if you go?
  • What are the repercussions if you leave?
  • What problem(s) are solved if you depart? How will they reappear in another role/company?
  • What are the opportunities elsewhere?
  • What is holding you back?
  • Have you got a job to go to?
  • If so, how much does this new job offer you compared to your old one and is it enough?
  • Does your new role and company meet the needs that are currently not being met?
  • Are you nearly ready for a change; emotionally and financially?

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Kate is a renowned career strategist, confidence guru & coach on a mission to make everyone’s Mondays feel as good as Fridays. www.kate-bishop.co.uk

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