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Here’s how to figure out if it’s time to move on to the next phase of your career–and if it is, how to do it right.

00:00 Feel like you might want to quit?
00:17 First, ask yourself these three questions
01:17 Before quitting: can anything be fixed?
01:58 How to tell your manager you quit
02:55 What reason should you give?
03:33 How much notice do you give?
04:11 What do you do once you’ve given notice?
05:03 Ok, let’s recap! Here’s a summary

People everywhere are thinking about quitting their jobs. But how do you decide if this is the right decision for you? And if you do decide to quit, how do you give your notice and leave gracefully? This video collects HBR’s best advice on the topic and covers everything from how to tell your boss to how much notice to give.

Reading list:

How to Quit Your Job: An HBR Guide
https://hbr.org/2021/08/how-to-quit-your-job-an-hbr-guide

Don’t Quit Your Job Before Asking Yourself These Questions
https://hbr.org/2020/02/dont-quit-your-job-before-asking-yourself-these-questions

Are You Really Ready to Quit?
https://hbr.org/2021/06/are-you-really-ready-to-quit

How to Ask for a Raise
https://hbr.org/2015/03/how-to-ask-for-a-raise

What to Do When You Have a Bad Boss
https://hbr.org/2018/09/what-to-do-when-you-have-a-bad-boss

Yes, You Can Quit Your Job Without Burning a Bridge
https://hbr.org/2021/07/yes-you-can-quit-your-job-without-burning-a-bridge

How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges
https://hbr.org/2014/12/how-to-quit-your-job-without-burning-bridges

How to Quit Your Job
https://hbr.org/2011/02/how-to-quit-your-job.html

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  1. Jay Cogan

    There’s an old saying, look before you leap! This whole fad of jumping around from job to job doesn’t make much sense in the long run!
    You work with one company and climb the ladder.
    You leap frog to a different company and you generally start off at the bottom of the ladder again!

    But of course the age group that’s jumping around doesn’t care much for people who “have been there did that” and have the experience!
    They depend on shortsighted YouTube videos to make some of the most important decisions of their lives! Ridiculous!
    They should talk to the ones that leapfrogged around and ended up getting nowhere.
    Then maybe they would cultivate a single career and come out on top!

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  2. Jay Cogan

    Having a résumé that looks like you’re a leap frog, bouncing from job to job looks terrible!
    The first step really should be to sit down with your employer and see if you can work out an action plan for you to progress within your company first.
    I know if I was hiring and I see a person has a new job every six months that particular résumé is getting deleted!
    I worked 35 years in the automotive repair industry 22 years for the same company.
    I took care of my employer and he took care of me, it worked out fantastic!
    Any issues over the years that I had I sat down with my employer and surprisingly enough we were able to come to an agreement as to which direction my career would head. Being straightforward and honest with your employer is still the best policy.
    Now after just retiring I’m getting calls to come back too many people are jumping on this ridiculous bandwagon.

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  3. Raffaella P.

    But this is about changing career/job and not quitting! So, it's anything but new….

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  4. mercurius6699

    great video, thank you

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  5. Eri B

    I took the right decision 🙏

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  6. Kem Kem

    Very useful and insightful information 👏👏👏

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  7. Saga Poetic

    Turn back!! This is a trap. Moral of the video: Quit and make it easier for poor management to keep on doing what it does best: manage poorly. Can we fire the Harvard Business Review instead?? Please? You guys graduate allegedly the best and the brightest and occupy key positions in our corporations and worse, our government. Instead of doing what you should be doing, ie managing in the highest standards, things often fall horribly apart. We workers get the part about pleasing our bosses and productivity etc etc. What we don't get — why can't this be done with efficiency, a sense of shared community up and DOWN THE RANKS, and a healthy amount of common sense and foresight? I think we workers know better than to expect too much good management, common sense, and inspiring leadership. Those days are gone. But couldn't you guys in the ivy league at least do a better job faking what used to make working for our hallowed corporations and governments a fairly good experience? Some of us remember when leadership acted like leadership. Be the change we need — and use your skills in a better way. Signed, one of your countrymen

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  8. The Life

    Great advice

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  9. Indraneel Ghosh

    Doesn't apply to developing economies where there are dearth of jobs.

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  10. Moist Juicy

    How could I get into a places cases remained in the class rooms: six-sigma, Broken windows theory,derivitives,mind-map, oh, and most diverting, mariginal something?

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  11. Aaron

    You need a reference from your boss? Lmao yea right!!!!!!. No one ever asks for a reference from an ex boss 5 job chances never has that come up

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  12. KMK

    I don’t understand why this video completely disregards needs of the worker explaining the issue of the time you spend on the job after the notice. Everything is explained about the needs of the company – take time to train your successor or finish existing projects… and no word about taking care of yourself and maybe finding the next job.
    Maybe HBR assumes that everyone can afford to take care of the needs of the company they are leaving first, then leave, then what? Are you supposed to just hang around looking for a new job for several months?
    Great advice would be to act according to your interests and needs. You are leaving this company for a reason and you need to take care of yourself first

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  13. Subhankar Dey

    Really useful information! Unfortunately doesn't work in countries like India, with the highest unemployment in a decade, quitting one may end you up homeless, no matter whether you like it or not 😂

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  14. Safiullah Wasiullah

    Wonderfully explained as usual. Its my favourite channel.

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  15. Pratik Pokharel

    First view.

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