‘I’ll do it’ may be costing you your career

Most of us hope that our colleagues and bosses see us as helpful. Helping in the workplace has been recognized as an important and desirable organizational behavior for decades, from both an interpersonal relationship perspective as well as a business productivity perspective.

When we’re helpful, we contribute positively to the social and emotional fabric of the company, as well as to the capacity of the organization to meet, and even exceed, business goals.

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