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When to Stay and When to Go

Should I stay or should I go?

It’s a daunting question to ask….particularly when you’ve invested years of blood, sweat and tears into your job.

Knowing when to stay and when to move on can be challenging. It’s essential to assess your circumstances objectively and consider your long-term goals.

If you’ve given your best effort and still feel that you’re not getting what you need, it may be time to reevaluate your options. Staying in a situation that doesn’t align with your values or goals can hinder your growth, and happiness.

When deciding whether to stay or go here are some important factors to consider:

1️⃣ Culture: Assess the organizational culture. Does it align with your values and provide a supportive environment? Evaluate your relationships with colleagues, supervisors, and mentors. Are you supported and respected in your interactions? Do you feel valued as part of the team?

2️⃣ Development: Consider the opportunities for professional development and advancement within the organization. Are there pathways for you to learn and grow?

3️⃣ Benefits: Review your compensation package and benefits. Are they competitive compared to industry standards and reflective of your contributions? Do they adequately meet your financial and personal needs?

4️⃣ Fulfillment: Reflect on how you feel about the actual work you’re doing and how it impacts your overall energy and motivation levels. Are you passionate and engaged, feeling energized and motivated, or do you find yourself consistently frustrated and demotivated? Evaluate whether the work aligns with your strengths, interests, and overall sense of fulfillment.

5️⃣ Balance: Consider how your current job fits into your overall lifestyle and well-being. Assess if it allows you to maintain a healthy balance between work, personal life, and other commitments. Evaluate whether the demands of the job are sustainable and conducive to maintaining your overall well-being and happiness.

By considering these factors holistically, you can make a more informed decision about whether to stay or move on to new opportunities that better align with your needs and aspirations.

Every situation unique, and other personal factors may influence your decisions. Trust your instincts and know that it’s okay to prioritize your well-being and seek opportunities where your contributions are valued and recognized.

It’s ok to move on.

April 6, 2024


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