Ross Reck: Competition

//Ross Reck: Competition

Ross Reck: Competition


Competition

Competition - Butting HeadsCompetitive behavior–making yourself look good at the expense of those around you–is poor preparation if you expect to move up in an organization.  While stealing another person’s ideas or taking credit for someone else’s accomplishments may seem to move you along more quickly at the lowest levels of an organization, it won’t take you very far.

The reason is, that the higher you move up, the more value those around you place on teamwork and cooperation–competitive people are simply not welcome because they create disharmony.  So, while competitive people may win a few battles early in the game, they almost always lose the war.  Keep that in mind the next time you’re tempted to one-up or out-do someone. [1]

References:

  1. RossReck.com

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2017-09-01T14:45:21+00:00 September 1st, 2017|Reck, Ross; Dr.|0 Comments

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