There are hard workers who, by their reserved nature, simply hope and assume that everyone acknowledges their good work. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Sarah Arrazola writes about why you need to be willing to speak up.
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Two types of people get heard at work, the loud incompetent people and the straightforward thinkers with good ideas. Not being loud and incompetent is good, but that does not make you special. You need to voice good ideas and practice delivering them. Come up with a thesis supported by no more than three additional items, select the right time to deliver your argument, and remember to speak slowly and use applicable body language. For more tips, you can read Arrazola’s full article here: http://www.yourcoffeebreak.co.uk/career-guide/26338746859/getting-heard-at-work-who-gets-heard-and-why/