When climbing the
corporate ladder, people often pause to take stock of their skills, resume, and
experience. When was the last time you paused and took stock of the people
Are You Good for Me?
A recent Inc.com
article with the eye-catching headline 9 People You Must Remove From Your Inner
Circle takes a look at
the personality types that are best weeded out of your life. Obvious gotta-go
types include backstabbers and schmoozers, who value surface connection over
deeper relationships. Less obvious sorts are "raving fans" - those individuals
who lavish excessive and unconditional praise on you at the expense of honest
and unvarnished truths.
So if certain
people are best to avoid at work (and in life) who are the people that you
should have in your corner?
quarterback will tell you, you need a team to move a ball forward. Very little
in life is accomplished entirely on one's own: so look to partner with the
right people. Not sure who should be on your roster? You can't go wrong with the
folks in this Forbes.com article, The 6 People You Need
In Your Corner, says
contributor Jessica Hagy. Create an inner circle that includes the following:
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