Want to be known as a rockstar around your office? Here's a tip: tTo really earn a stellar reputation, you can't just do your individual tasks well. Often, you also have to master soft skills around how you speak and present yourself. But the challenge is that this workplace etiquette tends to be an unspoken rule — since you can't exactly flip to a page in your employee handbook to read up on how to wow leadership with your communication style, for example, it's easy to make mistakes.
To shed light on some of these common workplace faux pas, we reached out to a handful of career experts. If you're serious about earning your colleagues' respect and improving your standing in the office, it's time to nip these nine bad habits in the bud.