At a time when the demand for transparent communication in the workplace is at a premium, employees are not speaking-up enough. How you express your opinions at work (or not) is a direct reflection upon how people experience who you are and what you represent as a team member, as an individual, and as a potential mentee. Your voice defines the value you bring to the mentor-mentee relationship. Your identity will be misrepresented if you do not consistently communicate what is really on your mind. But voicing your opinions consistently will add value to your relationships with mentors and the organization you serve.
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