But managers and leaders are often worried about sounding too controlling, so they soften what they say.
Their team members, taking their cue, bury their own ideas under hedging expressions that muddle their meaning. After all, false confidence is often just as bad as open ignorance. What do you think?
Not only do these phrases create a lack of clarity for team members, they also make team leaders who use them sound less confident and transparent than they. Many qualifiers like these have a similar effect. Who knows!
None of these phrases instill much confidence that the speaker has a handle on the situation. Avoid these four patterns and expressions. By Judith Humphrey 4 minute Read.
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