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When young women are labelled as women, even then both the genders have equality to speak up

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When young women are labelled as women, even then both the genders have equality to speak up. The labelling of work hard to be heard or be older to get heard said ,Megan Reitz,Director Ashridge Business School,UK at the India Business Literature Fest.The way you look and discriminate between genders in corporate life that elements of status inferiority make an individual unconscious. However, conversational habits will help people to speak up, listen to, develop habits and being positive.

The author Megan Reits on her book 'SPEAK UP' encourage readers to speak up effectively. The environment where we can invite people to gather the courage to complete the talk. The choices they make to speak. The key issues that affect our habits are by altering our choices of why we do what we do, trusting the value of our own opinion, trust each other's opinion and trust the ignition.

The risk of not speaking brings negativity in relations, staying quiet but by appreciating and following the 5 Ws(why, who, when, what, where) might not be scary. Great invitations with good intentions can help people to speak up. Things that seem to be intimidation can have good intentions that may be scary. The gender ethnicity with the right to think and how to listen to others. So the author emphasizes on saying what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard.

The worry of being judged and that results of being scary. It's not easy to ask people to raise their voice because sometimes it's scary to speak about the truth. When you speak up the truth, doors are always open for you, added the author.Research says we value our own opinion twice and value the other people's opinion most. The situation when hearing everyone and filtering out to listen to that is what leads to little less so are not valid. Too much of list unconscious labels on people which might make the intentions scary. 

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