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How To Know Whether To "Correct" Your Coworkers Or Just Let It Slide

You have an idea or objection you want to raise, but that might be risky. Should you speak up or bite your tongue? You have an idea or objection you want to raise, but that might be risky. Should you speak up or bite your tongue? We all know that person: The one who can never seem to bite his tongue. He feels an overwhelming urge to speak up with a correction, no matter how unimportant or minuscule it might be.
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