You're reluctant to speak up at meetings. The issue may not be that you don't have ideas to contribute, but that you're one of those people who prefer to reflect carefully on information before making pronouncements. Other people may interpret this as holding back, fear of looking bad, or reluctance to speak on the record so you're not accountable. These perceptions can derail your career, so you need to address them. But how? Read More
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