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Caroline Muller
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Math for Business and Economics II
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Caroline Muller Comm test 3 study guide Chapter 9 Understanding group and team performance 1 Explain the difference between a group and a team 93 H D ox H Klt quotd D m o lh cm H o s quotd 5 What are the three types of roles within a group What is the difference between rules and norms How can an individual identify a group norm What is the difference between status and power Explain the 5 types of power What is group cohesiveness 9 What are Fisher s 4 phases of group talk Chapter 10 Enhancing Group and Team Performance 1 What are the 8 functions of effective group members 2 What is the difference between structure and interaction What are the 5 steps to John Dewey s re ective thinking process to group problem solving What is the difference between brainstorming and nominal group technique What is consensus and What strategies are used to reach it What is group think and What are the 5 key communication symptoms that characterize it What are the different approaches to leadership What are 3 steps to managing meeting structure What are the 3 communication skills to manage meeting interactions Chapter 13 1 What are the 4 methods of speech delivery What words in a speech enhance delivery 3 What examples of effective word structures enhance verbal delivery 4 What 5 components enhance nonverbal delivery of a presentation 5 What are the 5 principles of communication When delivering a presentation Chapter 15 What is persuasion What ways can you motivate an audience What is the difference between attitudes beliefs and values What is the difference between the proposition of fact value and policy What are the factors of credibility ethos What are the factors of proof logos What are types of logical reasoning What are the organizational patterns for persuasive messages 9 What strategies should be used to persuade receptive neutral and unreceptive audiences 10 What are the 5 principles of communication 11 What makes a speech successful

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