3 Steps to Speak Up with Confidence at Work | Career success tips - LinkedIn Learning Blog

Speaking up when in spaces where we feel uncomfortable is often one of those less recognized huge efforts in life, summarizes Rachel Parnes, Senior Marketing Manager at LinkedIn.

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So when we speak up and as a result, instead of feeling heard and supported, we feel criticized or judged, it can seriously chip away at our confidence. An example might come to mind from a recent experience at work or even childhood. 

All of these professional, cultural, and childhood experiences can have a lasting impact on the way you communicate and show up, especially in a work setting. But the ability to share your ideas and opinions with authority is essential to doing your job—and advancing your career...

Try these three strategies from Chen’s course to improve your ability to speak up at work—whether you’re talking in a group, one-on-one, in person, or on video.

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