It’s easy to feel upset and disappointed when a team member decides to leave your company. But it’s important to remember that this is a natural part of the business cycle – people come and go, and it doesn’t necessarily reflect badly on you as a leader. 

Instead of dwelling on the negative, use this opportunity to evaluate your team dynamic and see if there are any areas that you can improve. Here are some tips for grieving the loss of a team member in a productive way.

In today’s episode you’ll learn:
– How to deal with saying goodbye to a teammate you really cared about. 
– What to learn from the employees who have bad endings with your company. 
– If you should ever keep the door open to former employees who want to return to your organization.

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Supporting Resources:

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A Leader’s New Hire Checklist
The Relationship Arc You Will Have When Building a Team
Building A Better Team Starts With Knowing Thy Self
You Need a Team That Will Disagree With You