June 6, 2024 11:55 am Published by

Have you ever attended a work meeting and been asked a difficult or challenging question?

How about when you’re delivering a presentation and you’re inviting questions from your audience.

You feel that someone in your audience seems to want to catch you out,

by asking a difficult question, one which you may not know the answer to, or did not anticipate.

What’s a good strategy for dealing with difficult or challenging questions?

And what’s the best thing to do if you don’t know the answer to a question?

In today’s episode I’m speaking with a project management expert who shares their strategy on how to handle difficult questions in meetings.

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