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Finding Your Voice: Advocating and Negotiating for Yourself as a Woman in the Workplace

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“Candace, if something isn’t clear to you in a meeting, chances are that at least one or two other people in the room have the same question you do.

And even if they don’t, a little repetition of key concepts or ideas never hurt anyone. Speak up!”I’m not suggesting you speak up just for the sake of talking during every meeting.

But when you believe you have valuable information to share, have a question to pose or hear something that’s unclear to you, don’t hesitate to ask for clarification, no matter who is leading the meeting or who might hear your question.You might be thinking that this sounds good in theory, but in practice can be very intimidating.

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