Finding workplace solutions right where you are
One of the easiest things to do when a job feels like it’s not working is to decide to leave. I’ve done it myself. Just go find another job. And make sure it’s a better one. After all, you didn’t accept your current job with the hope of feeling stuck in a place that isn’t giving you what you need. And where you’re not appreciated for who you really are.
But, before rushing off to some new place filled with vast unknowns, there are often changes you can make right where you are. And you won’t need a resume for this. Or interviews that rarely reveal what’s really behind door number two until it’s too late.
Luckily there may be another way. While there’s no guarantee this will work, it’s worth a shot. After all, you’re already there. I like to call this approach to job change changing jobs from the inside.
Changing your workplace relationship
And in case your boss is the problem
PLUS: A link to more articles, in case you need a little help recognizing what’s going on in your head. Including some of the real reasons you may want to leave. Or just some extra support in realizing you’re not alone in what you’re feeling:
What about those annoying coworkers?
Some other solutions for workplace problems
A few workplace health tips
And just in case you do need to leave