Saying Yes Too Often at Work

Saying “yes” to new responsibilities in the workplace can be a good way to foster professional growth and to set yourself up for a promotion. Yet, saying “yes” too often may lead to excessive stress, burnout, or decreased motivation. Melody J. Wilding, a Licensed Social Worker and founder of her self-named career-coaching firm for young professionals and entrepreneurs, joins LJNRadio to discuss the repercussions of saying “yes” too often. She also explores how employees can find the right balance between saying “yes” and “no,” without jeopardizing their job.

Podcast Series: Employment Notebook
Employment Notebook explores various topics of interest to those seeking new employment and employed individuals. Expertise and real-life experiences are shared to help employees and managers achieve success in the workplace.