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Saying No Seems To Be The Hardest Thing

Cilia Rasasegram, HR Consultant and Chief Experience Officer, Kindler Employee Experiences Project

08-Dec-22 12:00

Saying No Seems To Be The Hardest Thing

Such as a simple 2 letter word yet something that many of us find it hard to say at work when the situation warrants it. Why is it so hard for many of us to do so at the workplace? Cilia Rasasegram, HR Consultant and Chief Experience Officer at Kindler Employee Experiences Project joins us to help us understand the perceived stigma around saying no at the workplace and how saying no every once in a while can be a good thing.

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Produced by: Jeremy Ng

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Freda Liu


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