10 Thins you should never say at work 10句你不应该在工作场所说的话

“That’s not my job.”
If you’re requested to do something that is out of your job description, it isn’t always because a boss is trying to take advantage of you. Often, it’s because a manager believes you can perform the task. It is, in a sense, a challenge, and if you respond with “it’s not my job,” you’re letting them know that you’re not up to that challenge

“It’s not fair.”
“Life’s not always fair.” In short, get over it. Life isn’t fair. Saying this is not professional behaviour in the workplace and makes you come across as immature. If you are being given more work than your counterparts, think of it as an opportunity to set yourself apart. However, if things are really lopsided and you feel that you are truly being dealt with unfairly, you may need to address it tactfully and have a face- to-face sit down with your boss.

“I’ll Try”
It implies that there is the possibility that whatever management are requesting, may not be done. Instead, use “I will…” and my confidence in you will instantly return. If you think you’re unable to do it within the timeline, say so and present a more realistic option.

“I think that …”
This is a natural way to bring up an opinion for many people, but it’s not a very persuasive way to present ideas. To seem more sure of yourself, replace it with words of conviction: “I believe that,” “I am certain that,” or “I trust that.”

“No Problem”
This seems to be an increasingly common replacement for “You’re welcome.” The thing is, it can give the wrong impression, namely that the person asking for your help has been a bother.  In business and social situations, if you want to be perceived as well-mannered and considerate, respond to thank you’s to, “You’re welcome” or “my pleasure,” and you will come across as being much friendlier.

“I don’t have time to talk right now”
If the phone rings and you’re incapable of talking, don’t take the call! Let your voicemail do its job. Otherwise, it may come across the wrong way. Similarly, if you run into someone at the office and you’re in a hurry, tell them and offer to book a meeting later to discuss whatever is on their mind.

“You’re all dressed up today! Have job interview somewhere?”
When you say this to a co-worker, you’re implying that the other person doesn’t care enough about their current job to dress up for it, they don’t usually dress that nice, or you suspect they’re actually trying to leave the company. What if they actually do have an interview? Awkward.

“How old are you?”
It happens all the time. You learn how old a co-worker is and you just can’t believe it. However, this is a tricky situation. If they are younger than you thought, you’ve just declared that they look older. If they are older than you thought, you’ve hinted at their maturity or experience level.

“It’s all your fault.”
This one is fairly obvious—direct blame never looks good. Lashing out and blaming others not only doesn’t solve the problem at hand, it wrecks business relationships and can seriously hurt your career. Instead, focus on solving the problem and then, when things are quieter, finding out how to prevent it from happening again.

“Are you pregnant?”
Just never ask this question at the workplace AND outside the workplace. If someone is pregnant, it is for them to tell you when and if they choose. By asking this you risk letting the cat out of the bag or, worse yet, being completely wrong. If you are wrong, things get really uncomfortable.
 
那不是我的工作“
如果你被要求做超出你的职务描述的事情,那并不总是因为老板试图利用你。那是因为经理相信你可以执行此任务。从某种意义上讲,这是一个挑战,如果你回答“这不是我的工作”,则是让他们知道你没有应对挑战的信心。

“生活总是不公平“
“生活并不总是公平的。”简而言之,克服它。生活不公平。说这样的话不是在工作场所的专业行为,会使您感到不成熟。如果你得到的工作比同事多,请将其视为与众不同的机会。但是,如果事情真的不平衡,并且你觉得自己受到了不公平的对待,那么你可能需要以机智地解决与老板面对面坐下谈。
 
我会尝试“
这意味着无论管理部门提出什么要求,都有可能无法完成。取而代之的是使用“我会…”,管理层对你的信心会立即恢复。如果你认为自己无法在限制时间内完成此任务,请说出来并提出一个更现实的选择。
 
我觉得“
对于许多人来说,这是一种自然的表达意见的方式,但并不是很有说服力的方式来表达想法。为了更加确定自己,请使用以下信念词:“我相信”,“我确定”或“我相信”。
 
“没问题”
这似乎正在逐渐取代“不客气”。事实是,它可能给人留下错误的印象,即要求你帮助的人很麻烦。在业务和社交场合中,如果你希望自己被举止得体和体贴,请说“不客气”或“我的荣幸”表示感谢,你会变得更加友好。
 
“我现在没有时间说话”
如果电话响了并且你无法讲话,请不要接听电话!让你的语音信箱发挥作用。否则,它可能会遇到错误的方式。同样,如果你在办公室遇到某个人并且很忙,请告诉他们确认开会时间并提议稍后再开会讨论他们的想法。
 
“你今天打扮蛮好看!在某处进行面试?”
当你对同事说这话时,你是在暗示对方对他自己当前的工作不太在意,不常打扮自己,他们通常穿着不太好看,或者你怀疑他们实际上在尝试离开公司。如果他们确实去面试?那你就尴尬了。

你年龄多大了?
这是最时常问的问题。这是一个棘手的情况,你将了解同事的年龄并且简直不敢相信。。如果他们比你想象的要年轻,你只需声明他们看起来有点成熟。如果他们比你想像的年龄大,则表明他们的成熟度或经验水平。
 
“全都是你的错”
这是很明显地直接责备。批评和指责别人不仅不能解决眼前的问题而且会破坏同事之间的关系,并可能严重损害你的职业生涯。相反,应专注于解决问题,然后在情况安静时,找出如何防止其再次发生的方法。
 
你怀孕了吗?
只是永远不要在工作场所和工作场所之外问这个问题。如果有人怀孕,他们会自然会选择是否分享与你和何时分享。通过问这个问题,你有可能会泄露秘密,或者更糟的是破坏你们之间的关系。

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