How to be a team player while standing your ground

06/3/2013 | Forbes

It's good to be a team player, but don't let other people push you around in the workplace by loading you with tasks that don't serve your career goals, especially when they are assigned based on your gender, writes Christine Perkett. Be willing to take on some extra assignments that are outside your area of expertise, but set clear boundaries, and ask for assistance when necessary, she writes.

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