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Business And Professional Speaking

Subject : soft-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Ethical Rules






2. Intentional movements/gestures that add to or clarify verbal meaning.






3. Non-verbal communication






4. Develop your own opinion about the message (process)






5. 4 styles of communication






6. Rules and reasons for communication - known and easily stated.






7. The process of internalizing and heeding information.






8. Taking appropriate action on the message (feedback)






9. Written or spoken word






10. Self-control and focus on the message.






11. Types of conflict resolution.






12. Moral principles that guide our judgements about the good and bad - right and wrong - of communication.






13. Choosing which stimulus to focus on (intake)






14. Your communication style is based on these two things.






15. Non-verbal communication is based on what two elements?






16. Structured ways to listen and respond to others - focusing on the speaker and suspending your own frames of reference and judgments - for the good of mutual understanding.






17. Types of frame of reference.






18. Tone of voice






19. Trust is weak - members feel awkward and it becomes personal.






20. Touching- 18 inches: private use.






21. Types of communication






22. Most common conflict resolution for closed style communicators.






23. Assign meaning to the message (internalize)






24. Intentional or unintentional movements/gestures that control the flow of conversation.






25. Began in 9 - 000 B.C.- illustrations representing a concept - object - activity - place - or event.






26. Most common conflict resolution for blind style communicators.






27. Began in 10 - 000 B.C.- Carvings in rock surfaces and stone arrangements.






28. Based on ideas - objective. Ideas are separate than the person.






29. The rules are not clearly stated and neither are the reasons - but everyone tends to follow the same rules anyway.






30. 2nd choice conflict resolution for all types of communicators.






31. Major models of communication






32. Illustrations which represent a more abstract idea/concept.






33. Create the greatest good for the greatest amount of people






34. Time is a tool to be used in building/maintaining relationships.






35. Depends on the sender; words matter.






36. The transmission of signals over a distance for the purpose of communication. (i.e. smoke signals and postal service)






37. Lengths of personal space.






38. Steps in Communication






39. 2 types of cultural differences






40. All intentional and unintentional messages that are not written - spoken - or sounded.






41. Universal - cross cultural non-verbal communication.






42. 12 feet +: Generally only for "speaker-listener" situations.






43. The interpersonal transmission of information - knowledge - stories - etc. from one person to another - for numerous generations.






44. Good: productivity (w/o people) - reserved - laissez-faire. Bad: too focused on security - difficult to know - poor communicators.






45. Intentional movements/gestures with a specific meaning.






46. Necessity - relativity - rationalization - self-deception - end goal - greed






47. Understanding listening stages






48. People usually believe what they see over what they hear.






49. Most common conflict resolution for open style communicators.






50. Good: others-focused - meeting needs - flexible - empowering - genuine - trusting - friendly - dependable - helpful - productive - listen to criticism. Bad: dislike hierarchy and low creativity - make others uncomfortable (over-sharing) -