Andrew Gobran

1518 days ago

employees who are unwilling to accept help when they need it may undermine their own performance and the effectiveness of their team or unit.

Why We Don’t Let Coworkers Help Us, Even When We Need It

When colleagues display helpful and cooperative “citizenship behaviors,” research has shown, they tend to develop high-quality social connections, which can improve individual and team performance through enhanced coordination, communication, and shared understanding within organizations.