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References 1. DeGroot, T., & Gooty, J. (2009). Can Nonverbal Cues be Used to Make Meaningful Personality Attributions in Employment Interviews?. , 24 (2), 179-192. doi:10.1007/s10869-009-9098-0. DeGroot and Groody conducted several tests in which researchers observed interviews. The person going in for an interview was then evaluated based on his/her nonverbal cues and the attributes that each cue gave way to. This belief was supported by the fact that no matter how much an interviewer could structure the interview, a person’s nonverbal actions affected an interviewer’s judgement. This is a very important aspect of the work environment because it
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Unformatted text preview: gives the first impression of a potential employee to an employer. 2. Lee, T. (2008). Actions speak loudly. Communication World , 25 (4), 24-28. Retrieved from Communication & Mass Media Complete database. In Actions speak loudly, tests are not as apparent as in Degroot, but descriptive scenarios help contribute to prime examples of nonverbal communication in the workplace. This summarizes the notion that being open-minded as a manager doesn’t mean only being verbally vocal, but nonverbally as well. Lee depicts situations in which a presence of being and helping without physically speaking can go a long way with maintaining and promoting strong workforce enthusiasm....
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