How do you (and your manager) know if you’re a good collaborator at work?

According to Seeking Alpha VP Content Eli Hoffmann, if you want to know whether someone is a good collaborator, just ask this question:

Think about your closest one-on-one work relationships: What have they enabled you to achieve?

Eli’s insight is that, like everything else, collaboration should be measured by results, not process. And by focusing on one-on-one relationships, he recognizes that the optimal number of people in a meeting is two.

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