FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN COMMUNICATION GROUP PRESENTATIONS [C1HC]
FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN COMMUNICATION GROUP PRESENTATIONS [C1HC] GCOM 123
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GCOM 123 Exam 1 Study Guide Ch 1 10 11 12 amp 13 Ch 1 Communication myths Communication definition Linear model including its components Different types of noise Interactive model including its components Transactional model including its components Communication competence Effectiveness Importance of quotweorientationquot Appropriateness 5 ways to improve communication competence p 2024 Constructive communication climate and two elements it is composed of Destructive communication climate and two elements it is composed of Ch 10 H Synergy Negative synergy Groups are small as long as What criteria should be used to determine optimum group size 4 challenges associated with increasing group size Task vs social dimension Productivity Cohesiveness Connection bw cohesiveness amp productivity Norms Implicit and explicit norms Formal roles Informal roles amp three types Transformational vs transactional leadership Manager vs leader Twentypercent rule p 296 Traitperspective Styles perspective Directive participative laissezfaire style Situational perspective Communication competence perspective Four steps for dealing with difficult members Social loafing Cheer as loud as you can study Addressing social loafing the three Cquots of motivation Six common complaints about group meetings 8 suggestions for productive and efficient meetings Murphy s Law
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