“It’s an onboarding technique job switchers are no stranger to—seeking out a peer with seniority and asking for keys to success in this uncertain setting. Maybe you’ve offered that advice to a new hire, or maybe you’ve been the one asked for tips. Perhaps they suggested you ask a lot of questions. Or to stay flexible because things change a lot around here.
But among the pieces of advice, a dangerous one persists: stay in your lane.”
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