Charisma 1 - a You cannot NOT communicate b Different folks...

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Charisma I. How do we define it? A. Perceived B. Hard to define
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  II. Why study it? A. Exposure B. Attention C. Retention D. Influence
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  III. Dimensions of Charisma A. Credibility 1. Competence Mod-High a. Product: About Topic b. Process: Communicating about topic 2. Composure Mod
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3. Trustworthiness High - reliable - honest - good will - vulnerable 4. Extroversion Mod-High 5. Sociability High
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Sociability Skills 1. Never embarrass yourself 2. Be aware of “secret tests”
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Unformatted text preview: a. You cannot NOT communicate b. Different folks have different tests c. Everyone is an accountant 3. Be face sensitive a. The importance of face b. Core face concerns c. Individual face concerns d. Stepping on face 1. Seethe inside 2. Resist 3. Lash out e. How to avoid stepping on face 1. Figure out people’s face concerns- observation- complaining 2. Communicate in non-face threatening ways...
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