Human Relations Chapter 2
Self-Assessment Exercises a nd
Objective Case Personality Conflict
February 6, 2013
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Your Locus of Control
Below are five statements. In the blank beside each statement, assign 1 to 5 point
Human Relations Practice Test for Exam 2: Chapters 4, 5, and 6
1) Peter is faced with a task that is neither his major responsibility nor requires quick action.
Nevertheless, it requires his personal involvement. Which of the following actions w
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Determining Your Preferred Conflict Management Style
Below are four situations. Rank all five alternative actions from 1, the fi rst approach you would use (most
desirable), to 5, the last approach you would use (l
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Your Listening Skills
Select the response that best describes the frequency of your actual behavior. Place the
letter A, U, F, O, or S on the line before
each of the 15 statements.
Almost always (A) Usually (U) Fre
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Your Resume Evaluation
Rate either your current resume or your resume knowledge for each question as:
Describes my resume 5 4 3 2 1 Dosent describe my resume
1. My resume is based on a good career plan.
2. My resume
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Your Management Attitudes
Circle the letter that best describes what you would actually do as a supervisor. There are no right or wrong answers.
Usually (U) Frequently (F) Occasionally (O) Seldom (S)
U F O S 1. I wou
Human Relationship in Business
Your Stress Personality Type
Below are 20 statements. Identify how frequently each item applies to you.
(5) Usually (4) Often (3) Occasionally (2) Seldom (1) Rarely
Place the number 1, 2, 3, 4,
Kermit Swan -Human Relations in Business Homework Chapter 1
Understanding Important Terms AS 1-1
Identify each statement by its key term.
A. Behavior C. Human r elations E. Performance
B. Goal o f human relations D. Organization F. Total person approach
After completing this appendix, you should be able to: LO
A-1 State why human relations skills are important.
LO A-2 Identify the most important human relations
concepts from the entire book.
LO A-3 Determ
BSMG 2460 TEST TWO
Human Relations in Organization
When does feedback occur?
Example of assigning a priority.
Example of communication barrier.
Example of assigning a priority.
Way to overcome perception barriers w
McGraw-Hill/Irwin presents "Project Planning"
Complex systems projects have high levels of uncertainty associated with them. Most of
the unexpected delays in many projects occurs during their latter stages. Project managers
tend to report projects as on t
HR Chapter One Practice Quiz Ch. 1
Identify which among the following is true of human relations.
Technical skills are more important than human skills.
Leaders are not always born and can be made.
Global diversity is mostly overemphasized.
INTRAPERSONAL SKILLS: BEHAVIOR, HUMAN RELATIONS, AND PERFORMANCE
BEGIN WITH YOU 'I
* Understanding Behavior, Human Relations, and Performance 2
* Why Human Relations Malls Are So important 3
* Behavior. Human Relations and Organizational Perform
Consumer Behavior, 9e (Solomon)
Chapter 1 Consumers Rule
1) A marketer who segments a population by age and gender is using _ to
2) A consumer researcher who examines consumers'
Chapter 01 - What is Organizational Behavior?
What is Organizational Behavior?
True / False Questions
1. Human resource management focuses on the product choices and industry characteristics
that affect an organization's profitability.
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Your Leadership Traits
Select the response that best describes the frequency of your actual behavior. Place the number 1 to 5 on the line
before each statement.
Almost al ways Usually Freq