Similar to last week’s show, there’s a growing vibe that someone’s about to be fired. Who’s getting fired? In this scenario, it’s your boss. No big deal for you, right? Uhhh … no. If you play this wrong it could mean you’re also making the brown box walk of shame. And even if you play all the cards right you might need or want to make a change. You have to ask yourself what’s at stake? Here are five things you can do to protect your own job …
- The mindset you need to have in this situation especially when your good will is gone and you’re possibly guilty by association … (2:04)
- Your boss’s boss is watching how you handle this situation. Now more than ever you need to employ these soft skills with finesse … (2:55)
- How to handle the rumors, innuendo and uncertainty as co-workers panic and gossip … (4:20)
- What you should be doing with people within other departments of your company to prepare for your boss’s exit … (5:23)
- Plan for doing a job search. But know the landscape has changed. Here’s how to be prepared … (6:15)
Remember, while this is probably a stressful and uncertain time, this is an opportunity that you can use or lose. I say use it, and use it as an opportunity to shore up your own game plan so you’re prepared no matter what the outcome. And as always, if you need coaching on how to navigate this situation with dignity and grace, we’re here to help you do that.
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Until next time!