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Representing Your Boss at a Meeting

It can be nerve-wracking to fill the shoes of your boss during a business meeting, but with preparation and a confident attitude, you can make both your boss and your company proud. Learn how to represent your boss successfully and effectively with these strategies. Understand the Big Picture If you are tasked with representing your boss at a business meeting, make sure you are well-versed in your role prior to the gathering.
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