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25 Simple Questions You Probably Don’t Know The Answers To
A rhetorical question is a question someone asks without expecting an answer. The question might not have an answer, or it might have an obvious answer. So, why would you ask a question and not expect an answer? Don't the two go hand in hand? Well, sometimes these questions are asked to punch up a point.
What do you think? My new shift rotation worked on paper. It even worked in practice. But it screwed up the personal lives of a bunch of great employees. Luckily, I pulled my head out of my ass and shifted everyone back to their old rotations.
Take a beat, watch your tone, and other techniques to deal with a challenging line of questioning.
If you watched the presidential debates , you may have come to the conclusion that answering questions is optional. Questions need to be addressed. Steinreich says this strategy mimics what most of us learned in grade school about inserting portions of the question in our answers, but adds a caution. If they do it well, the stall gives an opportunity to think of ways to reposition the information. Another technique is to claim you do not have sufficient information to responsibly or intelligently provide an answer. There are three ways to communicate, explains Sullivan: talk about yourself, talk about your content, or talk about the audience.
I spent weeks sifting through the data, modeling different scenarios, and perfecting my plan. OK, maybe I wasn't trying to be sure. What do you think? My new shift rotation worked on paper. It even worked in practice.