5 Tips to put forth your views in front of your colleagues without sounding rude

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Let us look at 5 tips that will help you to get a better idea of how to speak your mind and thoughts to your colleagues and how to make your voice heard! The main mistake we do while putting forward our idea is that we just speak without giving it a second thought. At times we also interrupt the person who is already talking, this makes us sound rude which must be avoided at all costs.

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But before that, let us know a few tips as to what you must keep in mind before speaking up anything:

  • Have a clear idea

The first out of all the tips is to have a clear idea. Before you speak what you have to say, have a clear idea of what you are going to speak and how are you going to speak. To stay on the safer side, it will be a good idea if you have a flow of what you are going to speak.

  • Don’t interrupt

The second of all tips is to not interrupt when someone is speaking. When your colleague or your boss is speaking, you do not want to interrupt in between. If you don’t like to be interrupted while you speak, nobody else likes to be interrupted when they speak. Interruption does not give out a good image of yours in front of your colleagues and office workers. 

  • Try not to fumble

Speaking confidently and fluently will have a better impact on your idea in front of your teammates and colleagues. Just speak what you have to speak. But, give it a second thought before speaking.   

  • Politeness is the key

You don’t want to sound rude when you are speaking in front of your colleagues or when you are giving a presentation. When you think you have a better idea than someone, you can simply say at the end of their conversation that, “I think XYZ would be better for this situation.” You will have to support your response with a solid explanation and advantages as to why your idea is good and why it must be chosen.

  • Be prepared for questions

Your idea will be questioned by your colleagues and you will have to be prepared to face them. This is the reason why you will have to back your idea with the support of a good explanation.

And that’s it! These are some common 5 tips that you must remember while you are sharing your ideas with your colleagues which will not make you sound rude!

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