Gentlemen and gentleladies (ha), I have a promotion coming up.
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Gentlemen and gentleladies (ha), I have a promotion coming up. The TL who's taking me on (and my former TL) asked me to tell my current manager that I'm going to the other team, so I have a quick meeting scheduled when I get to work.
1. Should I wear a tie? Jacket? Usually I roll up my sleeves because it's business casual, so people are gonna be like "whaaat you doin."
2. Anything I should say or ask her in particular? She already knows I'll be moving since the other team is in the same division and they discussed it already with her from what it sounds like. This is more or less a formality.
First of all congrats on the promotion.
If it's a formality, just dress as you normally would for work. If there is a business casual vibe there, then I bet nobody would think anything of it.
Sounds like it might be a kind of exit interview? She might have some questions to ask about how you think things went on her team/impressions/what could be improved or maybe she will be doing a quick performance review. It really depends on how things are done at your company so it is hard to say.
I would probably just say something like: "As you know X has asked me to work in Y department now, I wanted to thank you for the opportunity to work with you and the rest of the team." Be respectful but brief.
More than likely she will lead the conversation though.
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