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Contradict gently. If an exec misstates a fact, correct the record gracefully. Wait to respond, weaving in phrases such as, “As I understand it ...,” or, “By the way, my numbers indicate ...” Don’t interrupt to blurt out “That’s not right” or “The actual figure is ...” In your eagerness to show off, you might show up the boss.
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