TRY THIS: Help your peers by giving positive input and advice. DO NOT be negative! Some issues are hard to solve at first, but can become easier after getting tips from skilled peers. Helping others benefits everyone at a job.
RESEARCH SAYS: Helping is needed at jobs for efficiency, flexibility, learning, and innovation. The help of others is needed for individual and group progress to ensure that the results of one person’s work is consistent with what another person requires to do their job (Perlow & Weeks, 2002).