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5 Speaking Habits That Weaken Women's Leadership

Sunday, January 25, 2015

These common patterns of talking make us sound unsure of ourselves and can stand in the way of being seen as confident leaders, says Judith Humphrey in this excerpt from the book "Taking the Stage."

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