Best Advice: It's OK to Not Know

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  • If you are the appropriate position to do the research - good.
    If this is not your area of expertise, you should consider who is the best source and have that person or department be the contact on the matter.
    Often, workload, staff levels and productivity standards. are a consideration. There should be some form of triage to direct the inquiry to the appropriate source with accurate info.
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  • Yes Investigate is good.. Keep your head up and smile. sometime Prayer help too.
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  • It is honesty and exhibiting humility when you admit that you do not know a subject. You can only fill up an empty cup and if you pretend to know you will not get any input.
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  • I like this statement because it allows you to investigate and find out rather than be knocked down for not knowing...
    Bravo!
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Best Advice: It's OK to Not Know

  1. 1. IT’S OKAY TO SAY "I DON’T KNOW." JUST BE SURE TO FOLLOW UP WITH ”BUT I CAN FIND OUT."   ~Suzy C. LINKEDIN.COM/WOMENCONNECT

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