Leaving a role within the UK banking and financial services sector can be a difficult moment, especially if you have provided value to your company and have been chosen as someone with the potential to evolve into a leader.
You can view resigning from your role not as the end of a personal era, but the beginning of a new era within your soon-to-be former employer. Leaving a role is your chance to provide constructive feedback on your experience within the business, both positive and negative. You can also make a lasting positive impact by helping train up your replacement and ensure you make a solid handover.
Follow this guide on how to overcome the awkwardness and difficult moments of resigning from a role, and leave on the best terms possible.