Example A manager tells his boss You are absolutely right on your

Example a manager tells his boss you are absolutely

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Example: A manager tells his boss, “You are absolutely right on your reorganization plan for the western regional office. I couldn’t agree with you more. Excuses Explanations of a predicament-creating event aimed at minimizing the apparent severity of the predicament. Examples: Sales manager to the boss, “we failed to get the ad in the paper on time, but no one responds to those ads anyway.” Apologies Admitting responsibility for an undesirable event and simultaneously seeking to get a pardon for the action. Example: Employee to the boss, “I’m sorry I made a mistake on the report. Please forgive me.” Self-promotion Highlighting one’s best qualities, downplaying one’s deficits, and calling attention to one’s achievements. Example: A salesperson tells his boss, “Matt worked unsuccessfully for three years to try to get the account. I sewed it up in six weeks.
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I’m the best closer this company has”. Flattery Complimenting others about their virtues in an effort to make oneself appear perceptive and likable. Example: New sales trainee to peer, “You handled that client’s complaint so tactfully! I could never have handled that as well as you did.” Favors Doing something nice for someone to gain that person’s approval. Example: Sales person to a prospective client, “I’ve got two tickets to the theatre tonight that I can’t use. Take them. Consider it a thank – you for taking the time to talk with me.” Association Enhancing or protecting one’s image by managing information about people and things with which one is associated. Example: A job applicant says to an interviewer, “What a coincidence. Your boss and I Were roommates in college.” Impression management can be improved through the following: set goals, commit to the change you want to create, dress appropriately, learn to shake hands, keep your body language open, and, keep smiling and feel confident. Perhaps individuals do not want to use IM, but they should know the unwritten penalties for not delivering and being seen to deliver what the organization wants and needs. Impression management is neither good nor bad, it is an integral part of our social interaction and everyone gets involved in it everyday. References: - style-dictated-by-your-gender/#42d58d67eb9d https:// - churgai / https ://iedunote.com/impression-management-techniques - ppt
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