The Art of ‘Taking It Back Internally

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Many have felt the terrifying feeling of being asked a question during a meeting and not having the answer. Nobody likes being put on the spot. Not having a good response when this happens can make people feel unprepared and embarrassed. This can be especially true when facing external clients and customers.

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But the truth is, nobody has all the answers all the time, and it is definitely OK to tell those asking questions that you need to “take it back internally.”

So, let’s talk about what this means and take a look at some

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