How best to quit
According to statistics, all employees with varying frequency of thinking of resignation. The reasons for dismissal are different, ranging from psychological pressure and dissatisfaction with salary, to professional burnout and lack of career growth. In General, it is not so important, what prompted you to dismissal, it is important to do it right and never regret.
In the process of dismissal is not shaken your nervous balance and dimmed prospects for further career advancement, it is not sufficient to inform the chief about his decision to leave, you need to do it right. You can't just break into the office of his boss, to stretch his legs on the table and sling mud at the whole organization, and then walk away defiantly, slamming the door. It happens only in the movies.
Prepare for the interview, think about the value you learned as a professional. Thank the Manager for these skills and explain that under the circumstances you can't move on. Don't burn all the bridges with the former work: it's a delicate matter and in it, as in a divorce, it is important to stay friends.
Disable emotions, make sure your decision is correct and irreversible. It is foolish to quit just to put someone in place or to prove something - such liberty can cost you dearly.
Errors that should not be allowed in any way
If you doubt and still do not have time to put in my mind thoughts of the impending dismissal, then brace yourself. Experts caution against discussion of the desire to change jobs with colleagues and supervisor. The reason is simple: you can still change your mind, but that's down to the head of the distorted rumors are not going anywhere. Better consult with family and friends.
Another frequent error is the unwillingness of the employee to the interview with the head of resignation. As practice shows, in half of the cases, employers convince doubting to stay, offer a pay raise, improvement of working conditions and changing job duties. Be prepared resolutely to refuse or accept the proposal with certain conditions, which, again, we need to think ahead.
The third mistake is emotion. At all costs, set a neutral tone for your conversation. Discuss with your employer the conditions of the last weeks of your work, be as correct, friendly and responsible as possible.