Why good boundaries make good workplaces.
By Kristen Rampe
After spending nearly 20 years with accountants (including myself!), I’ve come to recognize a common trait among our tribe. We’re a group of people who love saying “yes.”
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We say “yes” to clients, firm partners, our team members, family, friends, volunteer engagements and so on. People love us for it. I mean, when you think of qualities you look for in people you work with, willingness and reliability are right up at the top of the list.
But as you’re working tirelessly to meet the needs of everyone you encounter, how are your own needs being met?