Don't be afraid to voice your opinion in business meetings

08/26/2013 | Forbes

Women tend to wait for other people to finish speaking before sharing their thoughts rather than interrupting their colleagues, writes Cindy Wahler. The problem with this strategy is that louder people sometimes receive more recognition for their ideas, even if those ideas aren't better. For this reason, it's important for women to prepare carefully before business meetings and to be willing to speak up when the time comes, she writes.

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