A Paradigm Shift to Saying “No” at Work

The Harvard Business Review addresses a need to change our assumptions about saying no in the work place.

September 12, 2014

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Adapted from Holly Weeks’ “Say No Without Burning Bridges,” HBR encourages us to stop looking at saying no as “a choice between confrontation and staying on good terms.” Saying a firm no neutrally backed with business reasons could be a great way to increase productivity, focus and relations at work.
 
Learn about saying the perfect no at The Harvard Business Review.

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