2-7 - Charisma I. How do we define it? A. Perceived People...

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Charisma I. How do we define it? A. Perceived – People don’t have charisma…we perceive it from them. We can shape people’s perception of us. B. Hard to define – Humor is part of charisma. Even though there are broad characteristics of charisma but there are other undefinable things that people can’t name. II. Why study it? A. Exposure – People that expose themselves to someone with charisma. B. Attention – We will pay more attention to someone with charisma. C. Retention – We will tend to remember more about people that have charisma; they are more memorable. D. Influence – More influential. Very persuasive. III. Dimensions of Charisma A. Credibility - 1. Competence Mod-High – Issue competency. Pick one thing that you are very good at. You can be too smart or too competent about the subject. If you feel that you have more confidence. When you have enormous knowledge of a subject in a group make a mistake to ‘humanize’ yourself called a crack-fall . a. Product: About Topic
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CMS 315M taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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2-7 - Charisma I. How do we define it? A. Perceived People...

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