Career planning

Which of the following is an effective first reaction to a problem .
A. Asking questions to help you understand the problem
B. Deciding on a solution as quickly as possiable
C. Finding someone else to handle the problem
D. Removing yourself from the situation **
My answer D

What is Follow up with respecr to problem solving.?
A. Addresing solutions that may need to be changed .
B. Finding out what your supervisor thinks of your solution .
C. Finding someone else to deal with a difficult situation
D. Finishing the problem solving process as quickly as possible. **
My answer d

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  1. I disagree with both your answers. Go back and re-read your text or reading assignment. Try again -- without guessing!

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  2. I chose a for both

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  4. Here are the answers to Career Prep A Unit 7: Workplace skills Lesson 2: Problem-Solving skills
    1. C
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    3. D
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