What to do after losing your job

09/13/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Getting fired is less likely to derail your career if you immediately start assessing what you need to do to be successful in the future, John Beeson writes. "For example, if you developed a reputation for having sharp elbows and were too frequently involved in unresolved conflict with people from other departments, you may well need to improve your skills in influence, collaboration, and conflict management," he writes.

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