How to politely correct people who flub your name

03/28/2010 | Corporette

If someone is mangling your name, you should help them get it right, this blogger writes. Just make sure you do it in a way that doesn't come off as "conceited, self-important, passive aggressive or petty." Among the strategies recommended here: Repeat your own name after introductions, or emphasize the correct pronunciation in follow-up voicemails.

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