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Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

The process of sending and receiving messages that convey information, ideas,
feelings, and beliefs is
a.
communication.
c.
protocol.
b.
decoding
d.
body language
 

 2. 

Translating a message that has been received is known as
a.
receiving the message
c.
encoding the message
b.
decoding the message.
d.
ending the message
 

 3. 

Feedback is
a.
the receiver’s response to a message
c.
decoding a message from the sender
b.
physically receiving a message from the sender.
d.
encoding a message to send to the receiver
 

 4. 

The casual sharing of information with no customs or rules of etiquette involved is
known as
a.
the communication process
c.
informal communication
b.
formal communication
d.
body language
 

 5. 

Protocol (customs or rules of etiquette) as to how certain levels of employees
interact with each other is known as
a.
the communication process.
c.
informal communication
b.
formal communication
d.
body language
 

 6. 

When someone laughs at a statement you make, it can mean that the person finds
you entertaining or it could mean that the person does not believe you. To convey
the real meaning, your statement needs to be taken
a.
as formal communication
c.
in context
b.
as informal communication
d.
as an example of body language
 

 7. 

Personal space is an aspect of
a.
nonverbal communication.
c.
informal communication
b.
formal communication
d.
body language
 

 8. 

Paralanguage is the
a.
ability of a person to speak more than two languages
c.
hidden meaning behind what you say or write.
b.
attitude you project with the tone and pitch of your voice.
d.
perception of personal space
 

 9. 

Using poor grammar or spelling in a message is an example of
a.
encoding a message
c.
a sending barrier
b.
feedback.
d.
receiving barrier
 

 10. 

Teams whose members are in different locations are known as
a.
formal teams.
c.
virtual teams.
b.
informal teams.
d.
remote teams
 

 11. 

The person who helps the team work through the steps of completing a task is
known as the
a.
facilitator
c.
timekeeper.
b.
recorder.
d.
encourager.
 

 12. 

The team member who serves as encourager is the person who
a.
is positive and influences others to be positive
c.
challenges the team to prove the solution is correct.
b.
is mindful of time as the team works through the task at hand.
d.
helps the teamwork through each step of completing a task to come up with
a solution.
 

 13. 

The team member who serves as the skeptic is the person who
a.
is positive and infl uences others to be positive.
c.
challenges the team to prove the solution is correct.
b.
is mindful of time as the team works through the task at hand.
d.
helps the teamwork through each step of completing a task to come up with
a solution.
 

 14. 

The rules for conducting a business meeting are called
a.
rules of engagement
c.
codes of conduct
b.
parliamentary procedures
d.
Protocols
 

 15. 

A leadership style in which the leader lets someone complete a task on his/her own
with little or no direction or supervision is called a(n)
a.
laissez-faire leadership style
c.
autocratic leadership style
b.
democratic leadership style
d.
socialistic leadership style
 

 16. 

Which leadership style lets everyone on the team participate in the decisionmaking
responsibility?
a.
Laissez-faire leadership style
c.
Autocratic leadership style
b.
Democratic leadership style
d.
Socialistic leadership style
 

Matching
 
 
Interpreting Communication Direction
In business, there may be a protocol (customs or rules of etiquette) as to how certain levels of employees interact with each other. This is known as formal communication. Formal communication usually happens according to the level within an organization and flows in three directions: upward, downward, and lateral. Read each of the following statements. For each
a.
downward
c.
lateral
b.
upward
 

 17. 

A sales representative prepares the weekly sales report for her region.
 

 18. 

A team member prepares minutes for the team meeting to distribute to other team members.
 

 19. 

You make a call to a coworker concerning the department’s weekly softball game.
 

 20. 

The department head speaks at the weekly sales meeting.
 

 21. 

You are requesting vacation time or time off work.
 

 22. 

Your supervisor posts the weekly work schedule.
 

 23. 

You heard through the grapevine (word of mouth / rumor) that bonuses would be paid this quarter
 

 24. 

The company informs employees of impending layoffs.
 
 
Match each term with its corresponding definition
a.
culture
e.
fair use
b.
diversity
f.
global society
c.
enunciate
g.
intercultural differences
d.
ethics
h.
stereotyping
 

 25. 

Shared beliefs, customs, practices, and social behavior of a
particular group or nation.
 

 26. 

Difference or variety.
 

 27. 

Clear pronunciation of words.
 

 28. 

The principles of what is right and wrong that help people make
decisions.
 

 29. 

A doctrine related to copyright law that allows for limited use of
copyrighted material.
 

 30. 

A society in which goods and services are bought and sold both
inside and outside of the country of origin.
 

 31. 

Regional variations in culture ; different regions of a country
may have their own sets of values, behaviors, ideas, and even
variations in language (known as dialect).
 

 32. 

Classifying or generalizing about a group of people with a given
set of characteristics.
 
 
Matching
Read the numbered definitions. Then, choose the correct term from the list below and write the letter next to its definition. Words may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
a.
Formal team
g.
Encourager
b.
Virtual team
h.
Skeptic
c.
Informal team
i.
Parliamentary procedures
d.
Facilitator
j.
Laissez-faire leadership
e.
Recorder
k.
Democratic leadership
f.
Timekeeper
l.
Autocratic leadership
 

 33. 

The manager of the payroll department allows members of the department to take leadership roles of different projects. This is an example of ______.
 

 34. 

World Wide Industries uses technology to connect a group of workers from all its global sites to plan a new advertising campaign. This is an example of a(n) ______.
 

 35. 

Joshua takes all the minutes for our group. This is an example of a(n) ______.
 

 36. 

Every time the group meets, Ariadne tries to keep everyone on a positive track. This is an example of a(n) ______.
 

 37. 

Alicia has asked that Robert’s Rules of Order be used to conduct each group meeting. This is an example of ______.
 

 38. 

When Carolyn proposed a solution to a scheduling problem, Tomas asked her
several pointed questions to make sure that her solution was actually feasible. This is an example of a(n) ______.
 

 39. 

Mr. Gorman allows Alicia and her group to work on a project without his
interference. This is an example of ______.
 

 40. 

Management brought three employees together to develop a new software program to improve payroll reporting. This is an example of a(n) ______.
 



 
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