If you're really good at networking, you take the opportunity to turn the question around and find out more about the person you're talking with and begin to evaluate whether he or she might be a potential prospect.
What does TTQA stand for?
TTQA stands for Turn the Question Around (teaching method)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Simply turn the question around into a statement and follow the above rule: To who/whom are you speaking?
The Tory leader tried to turn the question around on the Doncaster MP by asking if it was fair that the poor in his constituency should pay for his child benefit.
Questioning culturally biased interpretations of value, Ring (all works 2005) seems to turn the question around the relationship between men and women.
On occasion, one must turn the question around, as, for example, in the matter of the devil.
The easy answer to the question of how big Tiger's odds should be is to turn the question around.
Or, to turn the question around, why can't we have a democratic say in the running of these institutions?
To turn the question around, Wilson and Herrnstein ask what traits distinguish children who have proven extraordinarily resilient--those who have turned out happy and relatively successful despite extreme poverty, birth defects, absent or unemployed fathers, and other early handicaps.