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Communication is a learned skill.
Communication is the act or process of using words, sounds, signs, or behaviors to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, and feelings.
By listening effectively, you can get more information from other people, increase others' trust in you, increase conflict, and better understand how to work with others.
Which of these are strong Interviewing Skills
I am showing initiative if...
I see something say something
Ignore it, it's not my job
I see what needs to be done and do it even if it is not my responsibility
Do my job perfectly
90% of Communication is made up of
My responsibilities to my employer include
best use of work time
following safety guidelines
giving my opinion on best practices
Why might a person from Georgia have trouble understanding a person from New York?
Use of jargon
Use of different tones
Use of different dialects
Use of different languages
What term describes a variation of a language spoken by a particular group of people?
Smiling and rolling your eyes are examples of
Buzzwords, technical language, and slang in a profession are called
"Frenemy" and "busted" are examples of
People often judge the sincerity of a speaker by his or her
Body language and gestures are an example of
What is referred to as the ability to focus closely on what another person is saying to summarize the true meaning of a message?
Language differences, assumptions, cultural differences, and noise can all be
obstacles to good communication
A(n) ____________ is an preconceived idea about something that could affect a message usually negatively. (Select all that apply)
Nonverbal communication is communication without words and includes (select all that apply).
A two-way communication that has delayed feedback is interpersonal communication.
Which of the following is not one of the eight steps of effective writing.
Think about the audience
Taking a survey
Identify the topics
Read through the draft