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97.Answer the following about using questions in conversation:(a) Why are sincere questions an important element of listening? Write two examples of sincere questions a manager could ask a subordinate. How would these questions contribute to effective listening?(b) What are counterfeit questions and why should they be avoided? Write two examples of counterfeit questions a manager should avoid asking a subordinate. What might be the negative impact of each question? 98.Define paraphrasing, and explain its purpose. Describe three types of paraphrasing, and give an example of each. 99.Two of the text's guidelines for effective listening are: "Withhold Judgment" and "Analyze the Speaker's Evidence." Compare and contrast these two guidelines, explaining when each one is appropriate and how to accomplish each one. Illustrate your answer with examples. 100.Imagine that you have been asked to give a five minute speech in class about "Listening to Evaluate." Create an outline for the body of the speech, using "Analyze Speaker's Evidence" as your first main point and "Examine Emotional Appeals" as your second main point. Identify at least four elements of supporting data for each main point.
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ch03 SummaryCategory# of QuestionsAdler - Chapter 03100Topic: Barriers to Effective Listening31Topic: Listening at Work19Topic: Listening More Effectively20Topic: Listening More Effectively: Listening to Evaluate7Topic: Listening More Effectively: Listening to Understand13Topic: Listening Styles10