The most efficient and effective workplaces are those where people like their jobs, challenges and where they don’t compete with each other. Contrary to popular belief, competition is not healthy; it’s in fact negative for self-confidence, relationships and performance. ‘ I can succeed only if you don’t’ is very destructive for everyone. In fact, people who think it’s important to beat others are not necessarily the most successful. Success comes when people choose to work together, co-operate, share knowledge, ideas and resources. What does it look like at your workplace? //Marianne


2 responses to “Competition

  1. Manhuel Billybrown Estera

    Your views on competition doesnt oppose my own views.In Economics competition spurs market growth.

    • I’m not sure if we’re on the same page or not, :). My post is about competition at work, at school and can also be applied in family situations.

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