Taking a Step Down From Your Executive Role? When It Makes Sense
Many high performers work hard to climb the corporate ladder. Reaching an executive level is a crowning achievement. Or is it?
Dan Ruley had worked his way up to become the Director of Sales, but (another) conflict arose between family and work, leading to him losing his job. Re-evaluating his priorities, he learned that an executive level role wasn’t right for him and, even though his new role is technically a step down, he now makes more and is able to focus on what he does best.
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