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Human qualities that are different from our own and outside the groups to which we belong, yet are present in other individuals and groups is called what?
a) Diversity b) Intergrity c) Interpersonal Skills d) Communication Skills
This workplace trait is defined by treating other the way you want to be treated, having open and honest communication between employer and employee and maintaining confidentiality.
a) Business Ethics b) Communication Skills c) Conformity d) Integrity
Being on time every day, having a sense of responsibility, caring about the quality of work and completing tasks on time are examples of:
a) Business Ethics b) Communication Skills c) Interpersonal Skills d) Work Ethic
Doing just the minimum amount of work necessary is an example of a poor what?
a) Integrity b) Work Ethic c) Problem Solving Skills d) Interpersonal Skills
These skills are used to interact and communicate with individuals in an organizational environment.
a) Communication Skills b) Interpersonal Skills c) Intrapersonal Skills d) Intergrity
The ability to communicate through words with the correct tone and manner is called what?
a) Work Ethic b) Intrapersonal Skills c) Interpersonal Skills d) Verbal Communication
Fred was not paying attention when one of the employees told him that they were low on taco meat. Later that week, the store ran out of meat. Fred was missing good _____ skills.
a) Nonverbal Communication Skills b) Listening Skills c) Integrity d) Verbal Communication Skills
Dealing with customer complaints, poor communication between coworkers or a misunderstanding with a supplier are examples that require what skill?
a) Problem Solving Skills b) Communication Skills c) Intregrity d) Diplomacy
Creating an environment where everyone feels safe to express ideas, opinions and feelings or plan and problem solve in creative ways is an example of which skill?
a) Communication Skills b) Diversity c) Interpersonal Skills d) Problem Solving Skills
Agreeing to disagree, being willing to compromise, looking for humor in a situation are all examples of what skill?
a) Integrity b) Communication Skills c) Diversity d) Nonverbal Communication
This is a set of forces that originates within as well as beyond an individual's being, to initiate work-related behavior and to determine its form, direction, intensity and duration.
a) Problem Solving Skills b) Motivation c) Communication Skills d) Intrapersonal Skills
Working cooperatively with people of different ages, gender, race, religion, political persuasion and people with disabilities is an example of what skill?
a) Intrapersonal Skills b) Teamwork c) Self Management d) Communication Skills
Identifying potential improvements to working practice and conditions, adapting to new situations and identifying the need to refer tasks which fall outside of the scope or job/role to others is an example of what skill?
a) Interpersonal Skills b) Problem Solving Skills c) Intrapersonal Skills d) Work Ethic
Leaving work early, taking credit for the work of others or lying to a customer are examples of poor:
a) Work Ethics b) Attitude c) Business Ethics d) Motivation
Planning ahead, the ability to work remotely and self-monitoring are examples of what skill?
a) Intrapersonal Skills b) Interpersonal Skills c) Work Ethic d) Integrity
These are the skills that define you as a person including descriptors of your work habits and what makes you a good fit for the company.
a) Technical Skills b) Transferable Skills c) Adaptive Skills d) Basic Skills
These are the skills that you take from job to job and use in almost every job.
a) Technical Skills b) Transferable Skills c) Adaptive Skills d) Basic Skills
These are the skills required to do the job, but are specific to the career or field.
a) Technical Skills b) Transferable Skills c) Adaptive Skills d) Basic Skills
Being honest, dependable, creative, professional and a team player are examples of which type of skill?
a) Technical Skills b) Transferable Skills c) Adaptive Skills d) Basic Skills
Managing priorities, motivating other, making presentations, computer skills and communication skills are all examples of which type of skill?
a) Technical Skills b) Transferable Skills c) Adaptive Skills d) Basic Skills
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