The dangers of keeping score

12/10/2013 | Forbes

It's a mistake to try to keep score and help only those who have helped you in the past, writes Peggy Drexler. This tendency "destroys connections," she writes. "Scorekeepers spend their time tallying their coworkers' missteps, and their own retaliations, and learn to distrust the team rather than rely on it."

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