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Beware of babbling when you’re trying to persuade your boss. If you’re nervous, you may overanswer questions or veer off on tangents. It’s better to focus on the most important points you want to make—and drill them home as forcefully as you can. Rather than rush to say more, slow down and make your words count. Use phrases such as, “The bottom line is...” or “The three most important points are...”
When employees complain about “workplace bullying,” managers and HR are often confused about how to respond. Could this be harassment that requires a legal response? Is the employee using the term to describe a colleague who is simply annoying?...Click here to find out more.