THE POWER OF FRAMING: SEARCHERS SWITCHING JOBS AFTER 2 YEARS
I’ve recently learned some surprising news- that 70% of newly minted MBAs from the top business schools changed jobs before their second anniversary.
One of the primary reasons many highly talented people pass up on raising a search fund is because of the the fear of concluding a 2-year search without acquiring a company. A rationale concern.
Would more great people attempt a search if they framed their downside case as switching jobs after two years just like 70% of their peers do?
What do you think?