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Create a Plan of Action if You're Getting a New Boss

Here are five steps to take if you’re worried about a new leader

Your boss sends you a Slack message to ask, "Can you talk?", and your mind starts racing to every possible thing you might have done wrong at work. Then another message quickly pops up (as if she can read your mind!): “It’s not about you, it’s about me.”

During the conversation, your boss shares that she’s accepted a new position.

With all of the organizational shifts, job moves, and layoffs happening in workplaces, you may find yourself in a position where your boss is unexpectedly leaving. In recent months, there has been a wave of very public layoffs at companies with recognizable names, including Meta, Microsoft and Twitter. So far this year, 210 tech companies have laid off some 67,268 workers.  Even if you haven’t personally experienced a job loss, you may be directly affected by the changes happening in your company, including getting a new boss.

Please select this link to read the complete article from Fast Company.

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