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HBR conducted a survey of more than 700 senior executives who had resigned from a previous position - only 16% reported that they would have done nothing differently when they did so.
Their top 3 regrets were:
1) Being unprepared for the worst-case scenario (fired on the spot).
2) Neglecting to rehearse (thus failing to articulate the core reason/s)
3) Failing to foresee the fallout (hurt feeling, misunderstandings, feelings of betrayal, etc.).
Interestingly, otherwise sharp and discerning senior executives were the most likely group to make these mistakes.
You can read the full article here: https://goo.gl/KqTZjW
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