Try to Underdo It at Work
Overdoing It Can Backfire
Marcus was a manager in the regulatory department for a biomedical firm. While competent and intelligent, Marcus had one thing going against him: impatience.
Projects he managed moved at a glacial pace. At least that’s what he perceived. He would often become easily distressed at basic steps of protocol. He passed his time urgency on to co-workers. He concocted intense – and unrealistic – deadlines for his team to meet.
Don’t Make Marcus’s Mistake: ...