FA 10 Exam 1 Study Guide - Chapter 7 – Choosing a speech...

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FA 10 Exam 1 Study Guide Chapter 1— 6 major business communication skills Basic communication principles The communication process Transmission model vs. transactional model Noise High fidelity Chapter 4— Listening vs. hearing Active listening Passive listening Listening liabilities Chapter 5 – Conveyor-belt fallacy Concrete vs. Abstract language Blaming the receiver Intended vs. Interpreted meaning Chapter 6 – Types of verbal styles Talk about meaning Language limitations Communication Apprehension
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 7 – Choosing a speech topic Organizing your speech Types of speech delivery Chapter 15 – Career finding strategy Résumé formats Résumé ingredients Exploring opportunities Chapter 16 — Types of interviews What to wear Tell us about your weaknesses The salary question Illegal or unethical questions What happens next Chapter 17 — Effective presentation slides Handouts during a speech Hue, Saturation, and Brightness PowerPoint presentations...
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