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Relationships are tricky.  Underbellies get exposed and shame spirals quickly commence, leading to weeks and months of cloistered living with nothing but the light of a single candle and faint caterwauling from the street below as distraction from the reverberous emotional implosion of a break-up.  But we here at Mr. Judas say, Chin up. Take it in stride.  There’s lessons abounding!

For your emotional development (and ours), we’ve developed the Mr. Judas Relationship Exit Interview, a series of handy, cut-to-the chase questions for your freshly minted ex-.  And if s/he refuses a face-to-face, the Mr. Judas Relationship Exit Interview is easily posted .  And remember, We’re all professionals here!

 

 

What did you like about your relationship here?


What did you not like about your relationship here?


Specify the most satisfying part of your relationship.


Specify the least satisfying part of your relationship.


What made you decide to leave?


Did anything trigger your decision to leave?


Was it that one time when I…?


What would you change about this relationship?


Did your relationship duties turn out to be as you expected?


Did you receive enough training to do your relationship effectively?


Did you receive adequate support to do your relationship?


Did you receive sufficient feedback about your performance?


Do you have any tips to help me find your replacement?


What would you improve to make me better?


Were you happy with your benefits and other incentives?


Based on your experience with me, what does it take to succeed with me?


Did any of my policies or procedures (or any other obstacles) make your relationship more difficult?


Would you consider being in a relationship with me in the future?


Did I discriminate against you, harass you or cause hostile relationship conditions?


Would you recommend being in a relationship with me to your family and friends?


I am continually reviewing the way I work.  Do you have any ideas as to how organizational effectiveness could be improved?


Are you accepting another position?  If so, with whom, when, and where?


What does your new relationship offer that I don’t?


Can I do anything to encourage you to stay?


How do you generally feel about me?


Indicate your thoughts concerning my compensation policies.


Any other comments? (Use back)

 

 
 
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