How doubting your thoughts can undermine your influence

03/4/2013 | Forbes

Too often, intelligent, talented women allow self-doubt to shape how they phrase their contributions in the workplace, prefacing comments with caveats or apologies. The behavior could be undermining women's ability to rise in influence, writes Margie Warrell. "When your opinion differs from that of others, or when you have something to say that could possibly cause upset, don't undermine yourself by prefacing your thoughts with an apology," Warrell writes.

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