Ten ways to: Smooth handovers

Moving on up? Here's how to make sure your handover is seamless.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

1. Don't rush it
2. Prepare handover notes
3. Update your job description
4. Accept the newbie may do things differently
5. Give them a list of your contacts
6. Introduce them to the team ...
7. ... but don't fill their head with gossip
8. Continue to offer advice if asked
9. Take a back seat
10. Leave

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