The Technical Support Colleague

  • Andres R. Sanchez


In the support line of work, the dependence and relationship among members of the group has a direct impact on the overall group success. Specific individuals vary in their productivity and styles, but the collective work has a direct impact on the entire organization.


Support Group Technical Support Support Organization Support Person High Performer 
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