Words of the Week – offline


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To take something offline means to move a conversation outside of the current venue, usually to adhere to an agenda.  For example, if you are in a study group meeting for your core classes, and two people start discussing which electives to take next semester, one might say, “We need to get back to the topic of the study group meeting. We can take this offline and talk about it later.”

Author: Grayson Leverenz

Grayson Leverenz founded MBA in the USA® to help international students build networks, find jobs, and have fun in the USA. Hundreds of global professionals have benefited from Grayson’s intercultural workshops, and she has worked with people from Brazil, China, India, South Africa, South Korea, the UK, and the USA to build effective virtual teams and craft brilliant careers.

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