Certainly, job searches can be tough. But looking for a completely new kind of job, or trying to break into a new industry? That can be so anxiety provoking for people that they avoid ever even trying.
But with the right strategy, it is possible to make the transition.
I recently wrote about “career ghosting,” the phenomenon in which recruiters abruptly stop responding to job seekers.
But job seekers aren’t just victims of ghosting; they’re guilty of it, too.
"We typically promote people not because they are great at developing teams and delivering feedback, but because they are strong individual contributors and they (hopefully) have the potential to learn the rest."
But what does that mean in practice? Pencil or Ink founder Ellie Hearne on learning to lead.
If you're reading this, you're likely considering doing a 360 or you're about to do one and aren't sure what to expect. Either way, you're in the right place.
Here'll you find a 360 primer and some pointers to make the process work for you, and for your team.
Job searches can deteriorate from life-affirming to soul-destroying in fairly short order - and they often skip that first phase. End them fast and for the right opportunity - here's how.