Help! Someone Else Is Taking Credit for My Ideas!

May 2012
TeamWork;May2012, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p8
The article provides information on the attainment of acknowledgement for self-generated ideas. Tag Goulet, chief executive officer (CEO) of career advice site FabJob, states that it is a universal issue but women have more trouble with this issue as compared to men. The article presents some suggestions including putting idea in written, directly crediting the stealer and gaining the credit diplomatically which may help in preventing further stealing of ideas by the coworkers.


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