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Taking the BizQuiz? This is the answer to Question 2.
You get points for trying, but if you’ve never been shown how to do something, it’s always better to get a little training before you dive into a potentially serious tasks. You must let your managers know if duties are outside your current capabilities. In the same breath, ask for additional training. "No problem can be resolved if it's not addressed," says Dr. David Grant, owner of veterinary CE provider Animal Care Technologies in Denton, Texas. Think of your need for learning as an opportunity. Remember that saying nothing is more likely to erode your credibility than is your lack of skill.