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According to Shockley-Zalabak (2015), when a speaker’s verbal and nonverbal messages appear to contradict

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According to Shockley-Zalabak (2015), when a speaker’s verbal and nonverbal messages appear to contradict, researches tell us most people will find: An environment in which more jobs create, process, or distribute information than directly produce goods; that is characterized by mass production of information; and requires people to constantly learn new activities and processes is called: You are tasked with leading a committee of fellow employees to propose a change to the current dress code. There are five members on your team and only four contribute work to the project by researching other organizations, conducting employee surveys, and writing verbiage for the new policy. The policy change is approved. A few months later you are told to use the same group to research and propose another organizational change, but this time you request that the member who did not contribute be replaced by someone else. This decision was a result of what Shockley-Zalabak (2015) refers to as __________. Peter is an avid baseball fan. He visits another country and finds that his new friends have never heard of baseball. He begins to describe the rules of the game to them and goes into great detail to explain the game in ways his new friends can understand, for they have a different __________. Elmer is the director of his department and was tasked with making an announcement to his employees of the upcoming department restructure. He called a meeting with all of his employees and claimed that the upcoming department restructure will be beneficial to both the company and the employees. You were in the audience and noticed he was sweating, avoided direct eye contact with his employees, and skipped over pertinent questions the audience members asked. You believe there may be some negative outcomes with the upcoming restructure, since his nonverbal cues do not support his verbal message. Which of the following is the element in the organizational communication process that failed? Instructions: Match each key term to its definition Creating shared meaning with the receiver of a message is what organizational communication is all about. Choose and respond to ONE of the following statements below. Explain whether you agree or disagree. Describe how a different perspective from someone could cause issues and what could be done to create shared meaning. Support your answer with real or hypothetical examples and support material.

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According to Shockley-Zalabak (2015), when a speaker’s verbal and nonverbal messages appear to contradict, researches tell us most people will find: An environment in which more jobs create, process, or distribute information than directly produce goods; that is characterized by mass production of information; and requires people to constantly learn new activities and processes is called: You are tasked with leading a committee of fellow employees to propose a change to the current dress code. There are five members on your team and only four contribute work to the project by researching other organizations, conducting employee surveys, and writing verbiage for the new policy. The policy change is approved. A few months later you are told to use the same group to research and propose another organizational change, but this time you request that the member who did not contribute be replaced by someone else. This decision was a result of what Shockley-Zalabak (2015) refers to as __________. Peter is an avid baseball fan. He visits another country and finds that his new friends have never heard of baseball. He begins to describe the rules of the game to them and goes into great detail to explain the game in ways his new friends can understand, for they have a different __________. Elmer is the director of his department and was tasked with making an announcement to his employees of the upcoming department restructure. He called a meeting with all of his employees and claimed that the upcoming department restructure will be beneficial to both the company and the employees. You were in the audience and noticed he was sweating, avoided direct eye contact with his employees, and skipped over pertinent questions the audience members asked. You believe there may be some negative outcomes with the upcoming restructure, since his nonverbal cues do not support his verbal message. Which of the following is the element in the organizational communication process that failed? Instructions: Match each key term to its definition Creating shared meaning with the receiver of a message is what organizational communication is all about. Choose and respond to ONE of the following statements below. Explain whether you agree or disagree. Describe how a different perspective from someone could cause issues and what could be done to create shared meaning. Support your answer with real or hypothetical examples and support material.

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