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Yay or no - airing of grievances during exit interview with senior partner everything that is wrong with his practice / team? Genuine question. Contd.

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How would that be a productive use of anyone’s time? If you go into that meeting guns hot and start blasting him with your truthbombs on how his practice and leadership thereof is a complete failure, how effective is that message going to be? All it’s going to do is make you seem petty and cowardly for not raising those very same issues when you had skin in the game. Instead pick a 2-3 specific issues to focus on, lay it out in a calm factual manner and then give him some suggestions on how to address it.

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It’s a no for me too! No one wants to hear candid feedback. Besides it’s a small world. You never know when you run into him again. Better to leave on good terms.

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I think if you can delicately deliver candid, insightful feedback and trust this person to take it to heart, then yes. If not, no.

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Legit question. Wanna provide him the candid feedback in case no one bothered to over the years, albeit unlikely.

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