But not everyone feels comfortable disagreeing with their colleagues. Only 63% of workers said they feel they can voice a contrary opinion without negative consequences. But luckily about the same number of people say when they do speak up, their opinions are heard.
Only 58% of working women feel they can voice a contrary opinion without negative consequences. That’s a full 10 points shy of what working men say. A similar share of women (59%) say their opinions are valued, which is 7 percentage points lower than men.
73% of people say they think through what they’ll say before speaking up. Just 15% of people say the first thing that comes to their mind, but fewer say they stay silent and hold back their opinion entirely.
The founder and CEO of Thrive Global created a survey to ask if you’re feeling burned out.
The CEO of LinkedIn created a survey to get opinions from people about their dream jobs.
The athlete and entrepreneur created a survey to get opinions on balancing work and family.
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