How is this appreciative interview approach different in its impact on our relationship with each other compared to a neutral or a critical interview? (please be specific, 200 to 350 words). What did I notice about verbal and non-verbal communication patterns during our interactions? (please be specific, use terminology from chapters 7 and 8, 200 to 300 words)Look at figure 13.1., page 329, in your textbook. Reflect: Which connections do I see between the appreciative interview experience and the competencies in that model? (200 to 350 words) After responding to the question, set one goal for further skills development for yourself.You only need to complete the second material in the homework requirements. Named Reflection template appreciative interview.docx The homework requirements are in the file, including textbooks. The following link may help you. https://www.wnyc.org/story/your-cultural-biases-may-be-affecting-your-bottom-line/?utm_source=sharedUrl&utm_media=metatag&utm_campaign=sharedUrl
choose one or more of the four nonverbal categories listed below and write 1-page describing nonverbal differences you have noticed as a result of culture and or co-culture( such as gender, generation, religion, etc) use examples where appropriate including your own if only disclose what you feel comfortable disclosing. as part of your grade be sure to reference textbook terminology concepts and content and place these in either bold or italics. nonverbal categories: body language: eye contact, facial expression, gesture, posture and body orientation and touch paralanguage: pitch, volume, rate, quality, and intonation spatial use: personal space, acoustic space, territory, and artefacts self-presentation: physical appearance, use of time, use of smells and scents
Outlining the persuasive speech: Each of the five steps in Monroes motivated sequence should be represented by a Roman numeral. Main points and subpoints are represented by capital letters and numbers, respectively. How small classes Help students achieve more in the classroom ( Persuasive Monroe’s Motivated sequence)
Complete a reflection paper on different intercultural exposure For this reflection paper you will need to expose yourself to a culture different than your native culture(s). These exposures can take a wide variety of forms, and you are allowed a bit of creative license as to their nature; but whatever you do, the exposure needs to be for longer than 20 minutes and involve substantial cultural exposure. Good examples would be watching a movie from a different culture (i.e., a movie filmed by a culture different than your own, not a movie filmed by your own culture set in a different culture), having a conversation with a person from a different culture than your own, or going to a different cultural neighbourhood (e.g., the International District of Seattle) and observing the daily life of the people that live there. The Asia University America Program (AUAP) on campus often is in search of domestic students to volunteer in their classes, so reaching out to them could be a great option as each classroom volunteering experience could count for a different exposure reflection. Bad examples of exposures (i.e., things that wouldnt count as appropriate) would be just going to an ethnic food restaurant or reading a Wikipedia page about a different culture for 30 minutes. If you ever have a question about whether an exposure event would be a good choice, just email me and ask.After exposing yourself to another culture for at least 30 minutes you will be required to write a two-page (minimum), double-spaced reflection paper and submit it to one of the reflection paper submission boxes on Canvas. In each reflection paper you will briefly describe what you did to expose yourself to another culture (include the when, where, how, and how long), then focus the majority of your paper on identifying different intercultural concepts and theories in what you observed (concepts and theories are the topics we cover in lectures and the readings, see the final paper assignment document for some examples of what you could be looking at). You dont have to do outside research for these reflection papers but be sure to focus the majority of your reflection on the connections with course-related concepts and theories. Doing so will provide you with more explicit examples to draw from for your final paper. In order to encourage your completion of exposure.
The goal of this writing project is to deepen your understanding of the concepts, theories, and rhetorical strategies that inform corporate communication by critically examining the communication practices used by some of the worlds largest corporations. You will need to clearly provide a theoretical framework for your analysis: are you analyzing how a corporation uses the rhetoric of corporate social responsibility? A corporations strategy for conveying its narrative and managing public perception? The tensions between a corporations ethos and its organizational communication practices? Your Task: Your paper should discuss and cite key texts from the weekly concepts and case studies. You should also include an additional 2 sources from your own original research, with one of those sources being a peer-reviewed journal article in the fields of communication, rhetoric and composition, technical communication, business communication, or business ethics.
Write a one page narrative answering the questions below. How has Covid19 changed managing people remotely? What does your article discuss? What is the main idea? Who is involved? How does this relate to you major and/or your chosen career path? Why is the article being written What are your thoughts?
Analyze either a video clip or real-life scenario at a café, grocery store or other public space. Write an essay of 1200 words minimum applying the topics discussed in class. APA citations. You do not need to reference your class-notes, though if you are using specific details/quotations from the text, you should cite those. -Cite your video clip, so I can view it if needs be. -No other sources are required, but outside research always helps. Add these to your list of references. Term Paper Option 1: Video clip -Use a movie or online video clip -Suggested length: under 3 mins. Remember: you want detail not tonnes of summary and generalizations. -Can be part of a larger movie -May have audio, but don't lean on audio for analysis -No "Crazy Stupid Love" or "Friends episodes'. Silent films are a good option. -1200 words minimum -double-spaced -Carefully proofread with correct grammar (ie: full sentences and no run-ons) 1. Introduction Provide context and summary (What is going on in the clip, overall? What is the context of this situation?) 2. Analysis (body) section -Use no more than three key concepts (ie. Kinesics, Eye Movement) from class. One, in-depth is fine. -Organize however best suits the clip (ie. Chronological or thematic) -Make sure analysis is detailed and specific. 3. Conclusion -Make any final overall conclusions about the clip. Remember: unique, thoughtful insights gain marks -Give at least one example where we might see this behaviour in real life Some questions to consider: 1. What makes this clip/movie funny? How do we know its satire? (ie. JP Spears videos, Jack Black movies,slapstick sit-coms) 2. Is this good acting? 3. Would you know what to think/feel without the soundtrack/why? 4. Based on the non-verbals, what makes this person a great actor? 5. Based on the non-verbals, how is this movie/clip ethnocentric? How does it require you to be from a specific culture to understand it? Term Paper Option 2: Real life, public place analysis -Choose a public space and analyze one or more interactions within a set time and context -APA style citations (unless your department uses otherwise…eg MLA) -1200 words minimum -double-spaced -Carefully proofread with correct grammar (ie: full sentences and no run-ons) 1. Introduction Provide context and summary (What is the context of this situation?) -Include all the pertinent details as they relate to the analysis -Offer a well-supported hypothesis (ie. I think this couple is meeting for the first time; I think the student is nervous meeting his teacher) 2. Analysis section -Organize as works best for your data (ie. Chronological or thematic). Most students lay out the basic details first and then provide the analysis. -Be sure to relate to key content/theories from the course 3. Conclusion -Provide any final overall observations. “My hypothesis was correct/incorrect” -“The implications of this analysis are…” Some avenues to consider (more to be discussed in class): 1. What are the new non-verbal conventions on social distancing seen in this place? 2. Gauging the level of suspicion/caution around social distancing in a public space 3. How people have conversations in person while also texting 4. Is this a first, second, or third date? 5. Signs of confidence versus insecurity 6. Is this a job interview, and did it go well? 7. What are non-verbals do drivers use to navigate busy intersections? 8. Can you spot different non-verbals related to status and how customers are treated in a coffees shop? 9. Pick a politician. Can you spot sincerity or lying? Don't pick the easy scenario.
Select a Virtual Organization. The list of Virtual Organizations is found under Learning Activities. Write a 1,150- to the 1,400-word descriptive framework of your chosen Virtual Organization. Include information from existing organizations that are similar to your Virtual Organization to supplement any gaps in information. Describe the following aspects of your Virtual Organization: People Employees Clients/customers Vendors Tasks Products or services Communications – The structure of internal and external communications The structural and functional characteristics of formal communications between departments and upper management Informal settings, such as the board room, one-on-one meetings, texts, e-mails, and hallway/virtual chats Computer-mediated communications, i.e., extranets, intranets, etc. What backup systems would you recommend when your main methods of a communication system crash?