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Chapter 12Student: ___________________________________________________________________________1.A ____________ is a short presentation that provides an interested and knowledgeable workplace audience with specific information they need to know to do their jobs. A. reportB. briefingC. fill-in talkD. training2.Sarah has been asked to take a couple of minutes to summarize for her subordinates the new safety policies adopted by the board of directors. Sarah's presentation is called a 3.After signing a major public relations contract with the city, Leon presented few brief informal remarks to his team, outlining what he expected from them in this future endeavor. Which type of presentation did Rob deliver? 4.All of the following are characteristics of a briefing except: 5.A typical briefing A. focuses on preparing employees to do the job at hand.B. is organized with an attention-getter, thesis, preview, body, and call to action.C. lasts about fifteen minutes.D. is delivered in a passionate, dramatic style6.A ____________ presents information that you (or a group or person you represent) have learned or done. 7.Once a month, Samantha is responsible for summarizing to her immediate supervisor all the projects her research team has accomplished that month, along with an account of the team's expenses for the month. Samantha's monthly presentations are
8.All of the following are elements of a status report except: 9.The typical order of points in a status report is: A. introduction, background, what happened, results, additional resources.B. attention-getter, thesis, preview, body, call to action.C. purpose, current state, obstacles, next milestone, forecast for the future.D. attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, action.10.A presentation delivered upon the completion of an undertaking is called a ____________ report.