No one likes someone who is “Always Right.” That is, unless you are in a marketing meeting.
I have not worked for many people who earned this sobriquet — they are certainly not legion — but from those who have, I have learned a lot. The Always Right do not cudgel you with their views, they lead you; offering logic and support. And even when they drift into subjective supports you believe them because, well, they believe them.
The Always Right are not flawless. They just seem so. They know the data. They know the science. They understand the business. And they share that knowledge. That said, no one is perfect. It is marketing, after all.
The polar opposite of the Always Right is the “vacillator.” The “consensus builder.” The “circuitous discusser.”
Aspire to be Always Right. Listen, learn, process and decide. Don’t spout before you’re ready. Don’t spout when you are not sure. But have a position.