How to leave your job like a pro
7. Talk before you walk
Regardless of whether you're leaving on good terms, take the time to share your insight and suggestions for improvement in an exit interview. Managers want information they can use to improve the workplace and it's often difficult for them to get honest feedback from current employees. Even if your work experience was not always smooth sailing, keep your interaction in the meeting positive and professional. Be as truthful as you can and keep in mind that this is a prime opportunity to improve work conditions for colleagues who will remain at the organization. Those you help now may be in a position to help you in the future.