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Anxiously attached team members
Psychologists talk about different attachment styles, such as secure, anxious and avoidant. The secure style is usually the one we're supposed to aspire to. They're the calm people who find it easy to get close to others, but not in a clingy way. By contrast, those with an anxious or avoidant attachment style are often seen in a pathological light - being either too needy or too aloof, respectively.
They might sound like the kind of people you want to steer clear of, but new research discussed on our Research Digest blog suggests there is an upside to having an anxiously attached person on your team.
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