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Hábitos antiprofesionales que te pueden costar tu empleo

Business Insider Logotipo Por Rachel Gillett de Business Insider | Diapositiva 2 de 17: 'You're wrong.'<p>"Openly criticizing or pointing out your boss's mistake is a sure way to be excluded from future meetings or ignored the next time you raise your hand to speak," says Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, etiquette and civility expert and author of "<a href="http://www.amazon.com/Dont-Burp-Boardroom-Uncommonly-Workplace/dp/1939629357">Don't Burp in the Boardroom</a>."</p><p>If you feel your boss has made an error, there are better ways of addressing this, she explains.</p><p>You might say, "I may be misinformed on this one, but I was under the impression that..." This prompts them to reconsider and correct the information if necessary without putting up their defenses. "Whatever phrase you use, say it with a helpful and cordial tone," Randall says.</p>

Demorar las reuniones de trabajo

Al igual que llegar tarde a tu día, retrasar alguna reunión laboral porque no vas a tiempo es un mal hábito. Hacer esperar a la gente es considerado un acto de rudeza, inconsciencia y arrogancia. 
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