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Ligia

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If there is a lack of consensus among the audience at the end of your presentation, you should

A) gloss over it as quickly as possible.
B) make the disagreement clear and be ready to suggest a method for resolving the differences.
C) identify the individuals causing the disagreement and ask them pointed questions.
D) calmly explain that no one is leaving until the disagreements have been resolved.
E) repeat key sections of the presentation.

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Stanforder

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Answer: B
Explanation: B) If the audience does not agree, make the lack of consensus clear by saying something like, "We seem to have some fundamental disagreement on this question." Be ready to suggest a method of resolving the differences.

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