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Interrupting Others

Interrupting a coworker, or worse yet, a boss, is one of the fastest ways to losing your good reputation at work. Interrupting says you are impatient, donít listen well, think your time is more valuable than the person talking and you can only think about yourself. While you may not intend to communicate these things, people pick up on it and it is the first thing they think: you have no emotional control, you have limited potential and you donít actually know what youíre talking about.

Yes, there is a balance with interrupting and it isnít necessarily even. Your boss can interrupt you for certain reasons: his or her time is more valuable, he or she should be in control of the conversation, and he or she may be too busy and therefore a tad impatient. Sometimes you need to interrupt the coworker who never stops talking or nothing would get done, but you need to know how to interrupt politely. Say the personís name, talk briefly about the previous discussion and then shift the conversation in a new direction. Just make sure that you only interrupt when absolutely necessary, knowing exactly why it is needed and how to go about doing so politely.

Guest Article Submitted by Eric Shannon with JustJobs.com

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 22, 2011 15:52:50 CST by trose

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