So you’ve decided the time has come to move onto greener pastures at work. You’ve told your manager you’re resigning and handed in your official notice to HR. Now that you’re heading out the door soon, you can just kick back and coast until your last day, right? Wrong.

Just as you invested effort into creating a strong start for yourself when you first joined your organization, you need to also invest a similar amount of effort now that you’re leaving. How you leave an organization when you no longer have any skin in the game says often speaks volumes about who you are as a professional. Use this time between your resignation and last day to solidify your reputation and strengthen some relationships by doing seven simple things I’ve outlined in this Fast Company article

Do these 7 things after you resign

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Joseph Liu helps aspiring professionals relaunch their careers to do work that matters. As a keynote speaker, career & personal branding consultant, and host of the Career Relaunch podcast, his passion is helping people gain the clarity, confidence, and courage to pursue truly meaningful careers. Having gone through three major career changes himself, he now shares insights from building & relaunching global consumer brands to empower professionals and business owners to build & relaunch their personal brands.

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