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Discussion » Questions » Communication » When you speak for others, IF you do, do you always get their permission first or just assume you have it? Why?

When you speak for others, IF you do, do you always get their permission first or just assume you have it? Why?

Posted - November 14, 2017

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    I have a hard enough time getting people to listen to me, when I'm speaking with the authority of being the person with knowledge on a subject.

    I don't have any wish to speak for anyone else.  In fact, I try to avoid it even when I am asked by the person to do so.  The only exception being when I am acting as a "patient advocate" on someone's behalf (at their request).
      November 14, 2017 10:55 AM MST
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