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How to Disagree With Your Coworkers Without Getting Into an Argument

Your coworker complains that your loud phone calls are distracting him, and you fire back that he’s always late to meetings. Or you try to tell your boss the new system she’s implemented is inefficient, but find yourself talking in circles. Or maybe your team has been at odds for weeks about how to tackle an assignment, and now you’re about to miss the deadline. If any of that sounds familiar, you’re not alone.
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