Answering Challenging Questions on Your Feet

At work, questions are continuously being tossed out to us. At times,

  • We don’t know the answer and feel like we should.
  • We can’t answer the question.
  • We don’t have a good answer.
  • We know the question will cause conflict if we choose to answer it.

Anticipating questions can create anxiety, stress, and loss of productivity. There is a way to prepare for these questions so you feel more confident through giving information to others. This recorded webinar focuses on real-world skills and gives you the tools so you can be on top of your game when these challenging questions arise at work.

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