Learning how to speak up at work

“One Woman’s Advice to Another: It’s Always Time to Speak Your Mind”

How women contribute and are perceived at work depends a lot on how they express their ideas and views. This article, although written for the US corporate workplace, contains some sage advice for all women, and indeed men, on how to make your points known. Remember, you are employed for your ideas, and your employers and supervisors need to know and appreciate them. Even the self-employed entrepreneur can learn something from this short article.


Knowledge@Wharton, Wharton School