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S peaking up in a meeting to disagree or correct. Baojiang is in a meeting with his natural gas division colleagues. One of them, Songbo , is discussing the recent speech on CNPC’s natural gas business strategy. Songbo makes a comment that Baojiang disagrees with and thinks is incorrect.

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S peaking up in a meeting to disagree or correct

Speaking up in a meeting to disagree or correct

Baojiang is in a meeting with his natural gas division colleagues. One of them, Songbo, is discussing the recent speech on CNPC’s natural gas business strategy. Songbo makes a comment that Baojiang disagrees with and thinks is incorrect.

Step 1: Baojiangthinks that some of his colleagues may also disagree with Songbo’s comments. Because his colleagues respect Baojiang, they would have a positive perspective toward him speaking up and correcting Songbo.

Step 2: Baojiang’s purpose is to disagree politely with and correct Songbo but do so without creating disharmony or even ill-will.


Speaking up in a meeting to disagree or correct

Speaking up in a meeting to disagree or correct

Step 3: In response to Songbo, Baojiang stated his main point at the start:

Songbo: In the November 2010 Doha speech, our leader laid out CNPC’s natural gas business strategy. The key elements of this plan are increasing natural gas reserves and output, construction of natural gas infrastructure, and continued cooperation with NOCs and IOCs. Relative to increasing reserves and output, our leader didn’t mention unconventional gas.

Baojiang: Songbo, while you’re right about the key elements of CNPC’s natural gas business strategy, actually, our leader did mention that we would lay the foundation for continued efforts in unconventional gas—including by assessing available resources and achieving breakthroughs in key technologies for low permeability and unconventional gas resource development in order to lower development costs.


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