First reported by Neowin, the LinkedIn listing asks for a senior software engineer. “The Media Apps team is looking for a creative senior software engineer to work on the next generation of media apps for Windows. You will help build innovative features that will delight […]
Relationships are a big part of being happy at work. Whether your job is demanding or mundane, you’re more likely to feel fulfilled if you regularly spend time with colleagues who support you and help you create a sense of purpose.
Think through your values (who you are) and objectives (what you want to do). Then review your calendar for the coming month, and consider which events, lunches, and coffee meetings bring you closer to your objectives and which don’t. Do you thrive when interacting with people who are upbeat?
Analytical? Calm? Ambitious? Are you collaborating with people who share your values? Of course, you can’t control every facet of your schedule, but when possible, prioritize working and spending time with colleagues who help you feel fulfilled — and minimize interactions with people you find depleting.
Keep thinking about how you can make small adjustments to your calendar so that you’re investing in the right relationships.