BLUF - DO I share my observations and feelings during an exit interview
I'm leaving my current place of work. I've been here for many years and have worked through many levels. I have many observations and "feelings" of what is being done, what needs to be done, and why. We have had new leadership for the last year and 4 months. I don't have a good relationship with them, and the primary mover in the area I have knowledge/skills/experience in is a non-communicator "bad boss". Do I attempt to have an Exit Interview with this person and share (and I don't mean attack).
I know in my new job that I will need to maintain a relationship of sorts with this boss. And people I care about and have good working relationships with are affected by his decisions and poor communcation.
Part of me really wants to share in a non-emotional way what I think is happening in the business and why, and what the impacts this will have on the business.
Another part of me just wants to leave quietly and highlight to people roles that they are suitable for when they come up.