This is an important conversation but can we talk later?
When you are busy or stressed with something, you probably will not react well to someone dragging into a conversation. So, the best way it to continue the conversation at more appropriate time like lunch or tea time where you have time and better mood to continue the conversation. If you feel that this may be a bit rude to someone, you may try to message or email them about what they want to discuss with you and ask them to have the conversation later or other session where both of you are free.
I did hear about it, do you?
We did it all the day during small talk discussing, then immediate switch gear when someone come chimes in with an unrelated topic. Sometimes, listening to colleague speaking just feel like a game of telephone where everyone just tries to find the common ground while waiting something to be done. You may not prefer to let others know what you doing yesterday or just now or just simply cover someone by changing the topic. Then, you can try to talk about some common topic where most of the people know like the recent movie that showing in cinema or any new restaurant that show up around your working area. This can let you to have some topic to talk about with your colleague and they will not completely awkward about it.
I agree with you but I rather not talking about it at work.
Sometimes, you may have no choice but to be honest and direct to your colleague. It just fine to have some small and short talk in your workspace but sometimes your colleague may not able stop the conversation so you need to tell them directly to stop the conversation or continue after work. Your colleague also doesn’t want you to feel uneasy when having conversation with them and they feel lot better if you tell them directly what is your feeling than they know it from others or gossips.
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