3 Words That Make You Sound Weak in the Workplace (EP058)

What words make you sound weak in the workplace? If you’re an emerging leader, it’s likely you’ve asked yourself this question at some stage in your career.

Communication is an incredibly important part of your leadership presence. Sometimes a simple change in the words that you use can have a dramatic impact on the way you are perceived in the office.

There are a number of commonly used words that easily make leaders sound weak. These words can make you sound uncertain, hesitant and unsure of yourself. This is certainly not the image you want to portray when you are an emerging leader.

In this podcast episode, and YouTube video below, I share with you three words that you want to avoid because they make you sound weak in the workplace.

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About Kara

Kara Ronin is the founder of Executive Impressions. She is an executive coach who specialises in leadership presence, social skills and business etiquette. She is also the creator of Bestselling Udemy course, Business Etiquette 101. Kara’s advice and unique perspectives have been featured in Time Inc., Business Insider, Ignites Europe (a Financial Times Service), The Muse, The Local France, The West Australian, and more. Kara works regularly with lawyers, investment bankers, and finance professionals to help them build presence, authority and influence in business. Get Kara's insights delivered straight to your inbox