If you don’t have clear boundaries on when to share one’s work, a person can get wrapped up in it and let it become part of them. If/when the work doesn’t pan out, that person can get discouraged and frustrated. All that brings us to this week’s question – how much work should you let your team put into a project before sharing?
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