Sooner or later during our professional careers, most of us will change jobs, get promoted, move into a different line of work, or even get laid off. My experience is a good example. I moved from an entry-level R&D engineer to a commercial development engineer, later to a business planning manager, and then on to a corporate marketing manager’s role, before starting my own management consulting practice. I am certain that I have at least one or two transitions still ahead. While planning this column, I began wondering: What do we need to know to manage our career transitions more effectively?
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