How Sitting Near a High-Performer Can Make You Better at Your Job
Kellogg School of Management
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Great article! Thanks for examining and discussing the implications (both positive and negative) of our work neighbors/colleagues. Your writing helps to raise awareness about how to maximize our choices at work and how to build a positive environment.

Very insightful. Thanks.

Blessings,

Kristen v.H. Middleton

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