A direct resigned -- what can I do wrong now?
one of my most valuable directs resigned. This means serious trouble for my department. I know that at that point the mistakes have been made (by me) in the past. The direct is a superior specialist, a good team-leader and is intended to make a career step soon (he knows about this).
Are there some
- "You must do... immediately"
- "Never do ... in this situation." ??
I do not want to make "beginner"-mistakes unreflectedly until I found out whether I should simply accept the resignment or try to convince him to recall his decision.
Thanks for your assistance...