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[MGTA35H3] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 62 pages long Study Guide!

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Succumbing to lazy talk: consists of clich s or repeated fillers, fix: imagine your words have value. Make speech more valuable by minimizing lazy spee
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MGTA35H3 Midterm: MGTA35 – MIDTERM NOTES [ALL READINGS]

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MGTA35H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hasty Generalization, Uptodate, Syllogism

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Fundamental principles of persuasion (by robert cialdini: the principle of liking, the principle of reciprocity, the principle of social proof, the pri
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MGTA35H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intercultural Communication, Information Transfer, Stereotype

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To be a strategic communicator, one must be able to have the following attributes: Social literary: engaging and challenging other people. Business lit
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MGTA35H3 Midterm: Reading Notes: 11.Harnessing the Science of Persuasion

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The application: uncover real similarities and offer genuine praise. If you want to influence people, win friends. Managers can use similarities to cre
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MGTA35H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ath, Lectern, Infor

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MGTA35H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Facial Expression, Alliteration

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Pick something for which you have passion or conviction will naturally animate your delivery. Build good delivery maintaining eye contact, avoiding ner
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MGTA35H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pathos, Brand Equity

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Some people are called (cid:862)wordmakers(cid:863) because they make up new words or redefine existing one. The key question for business leaders is n
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MGOC10H3 Quiz: MGOC10H3 Quiz: assignment 2 solution

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MGTA35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Information Transfer, Eye Contact, High Standard Manufacturing Company

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Personal literacy (understanding and valuing yourself) social literacy (engaging and challenging other people) business literacy (focusing and mobilizi
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MGTA35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sodium Hydride, Body Language

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Reasons to hold a meeting is to inform, discuss or evaluate decisions and to discuss performance. Following up after the meeting has been held. Desensi
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UTSCMGTA35H3Hugh Mac DonaldSpring

MGTA35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rhetorical Criticism, Clip Art, Speech-Language Pathology

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Study Guide for MGTB90, WEEK 2!

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MGTA35H3 Lecture Notes - Flextime

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Presenting information already known by audiences before introducing new information. Ordering ideas according to their occurrence (ie using a pattern
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Study Guide for MGTB90, Week 4

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MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Visual Learning, Eye Contact, Microsoft Powerpoint

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MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Online reading: Ion, Pathos

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We have become a very wordy world: words convince us to buy and sell, that we are loved, in danger, etc. Some people are called word makers because the
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MGTA 35 Chapter 7 (online): MGTA35 – Speeches - Chapter 7

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Great speakers are able to use these delivery behaviours to enhance their speech without appearing over- the-top. Delivery should enhance but not detra
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MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Comparative Advantage

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Goals of persuasive speaking: win over your listeners, know your subject thoroughly. Do careful and extensive research to know your topic: maintain hig
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MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter -: Pathos

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MGTA 35 Chapter 13 (online): MGTA35 – Presenting A Speech Confidently and Competently - Chapter 13

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Mgta35 presenting a speech confidently and competently. People prepare speeches for many different reasons, such as to inform, to persuade, to entertai
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MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stuttering, Chris Sawyer, Speech Disorder

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