How to Offer a Contrarian Point of View Without Upsetting Colleagues

There’s a big upside to voicing a dissonant perspective

How to offer a contrarian point of view without upsetting colleagues
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A contrarian.

It is a person who rejects popular opinion and goes against current practice.

No one wants to be one. No one wants to slow things down. No one really wants to play the devil’s advocate.




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