The bad habits that are making people tune you out

11/8/2012 |

Apologizing for things that aren't your fault and using a lilt to your voice that makes your statements sound like questions are poor communication habits that can undermine you at work, Emily Nickerson writes. "[I]t's time to put aside our wishy-washy words and start sounding authoritative," she writes.

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