7 phrases hospital leaders should avoid to sound more confident, according to grammar experts

7 phrases hospital leaders should avoid to sound more confident, according to grammar experts

Posted Nov 9, 2021 from

Hospital leaders might want to avoid using one of these seven phrases to sound more confident at work, according to a Nov. 7 report by CNBC contributors.

Instead, hospital leaders should consider saying: "What are your thoughts?" or "I'd like your input on this." Instead, the Petrases urge others to say: "Let's try" or "It's a good idea to try ..." The phrase means you're not going to say something but then say something anyway. It is a filler phrase that means nothing and some people find it irritating.


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