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Unformatted text preview: Communication at Work Organizational Behavior Audio/Visual Group Project October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 1 The Office Communication Situation: Michael Scott, Regional Manager Manager trying to encourage team building within the office October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 2 The Office Questions to Consider: What communication tool does the manager try to use? At what point does this tool begin to breakdown? What makes the manager a poor supervisory communicator? October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 3 The Office October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 4 The Apprentice Communication Situation: Kristine, the Project Manager, is brainstorming ideas for a promotional halftime event One team member keeps questioning Kristine's suggestions October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 5 The Apprentice Questions to Consider: How does Kristine compose herself when another team member questions Kristine's ideas? What personality differences can you infer from the conversations in the vehicle and separate testimonials? Does Kristine personify a skilled communicator? October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 6 The Apprentice October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 7 TwentyFour Communication Situation: Characters Daniels, Vice President Tom Lennox, Chief of Staff Encounter: VP is trying to influence Tom Lennox's actions October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 8 TwentyFour Questions to Consider: What nonverbal cues--both proxemics and kinesics--does Daniels use to persuade Lennox? Using the levels of communication (understand, accept, and act), how would you define this situation? What does this scene reveal about the ethical qualities of these two men? October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 9 TwentyFour October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 10 The Hudsucker Proxy Communication Situation: Orientation leader is giving orientation to new mailroom clerk, Norville Barnes Barnes is overwhelmed by having to deal with his first tasks on the job while retaining orientation information October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 11 The Hudsucker Proxy Questions to Consider: What information, if any, will Barnes take away from this orientation? Given the environment, how could the orientation be improved? Who--Norville or the orientation leader--is responsible for creating this poor communication encounter? October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 12 The Hudsucker Proxy October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 13 Group Members Michael Battista Nico Drach Eric Fisher Justin Gould October 13, 2009 Communication at Work 14 ...
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