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Social Intelligence

The solution highlights the various forms of social intelligence and the leaders who use it. I used laymen's terms in my research to better assist you with this subject. Each form of the five social intelligences are discussed with examples of those who have this intelligence and a compare and contrast of social intelligence.

Passage paraphrasing is demonstrated.

Paraphrase the following short passages. Passage 1 Aggressive driving is characterized by the tendency to view driving as a competition rather than as a means of getting from one place to another. While most drivers are content to move along with the flow of traffic, aggressive drivers weave from lane to lane, s

Mock interview questions are posed.

Imagine that you are being interviewed by a graduating high school senior (or college senior). This young person wants advice: he or she wants a job like yours "What do I have to do? What is the most important advice you can give me?" he (or she) is asking. "Was there an element of luck in your career choice and/or success

Conflict in the workplace is examined.

Can you get me started on this? One reading is an abstract from an article about e-mail as a source of conflict. Think of an example from your own workplace experience where some form of message created a conflict, crisis or problem. Use only examples from business, profession or workplace - NOT family or friends. The message


1. Defind Plagiarism in your own words 2. Differences between summarizing, paraphrasing, and plagiarizing. 3. How do you avoid plagiarism in your college work?


Provide an outline for an essay on self-disclosure that includes: i) In what type of situation would you self-disclose personal information? Explain? ii)Does the type of relationship dictate the level of self-disclosure? Why or why not? iii)What affects can self-disclosure have on personal relationships? iv)When wo

Group communication is overviewed.

I describe the following concepts: supportive and defensive communication climates, comfirming and disconfirming responses, cohesiveness, active listening, and verbal and non-verbal dynamics.

This job briefly illustrates perception checking.

Since one of the ways of improving interpersonal relationships and communication skills is through perception checking. This job offers ideas related to these issues: (1) "Why are you mad at me?" (Who said you were?) (2) "What's the matter with you?" (Who said anything was the matter?) (3) "Come on now. Tell the

Revising, editing and proofreading actions are debated.

This job contemplates why a writer should devote one-third of his or her time to revising, editing, and proofreading. Why are revising, editing, and proofreading so important? What is the difference among the three terms? These questions are considered.

Help is given with communication theories.

This job offers help to complete the Communication Theories Matrix. It offers notes to define the theory, lists its main principles of the theory, offers real world theory examples, and applies each theory to virtual communication. It also cites resources for students' references.

Pattern of Development Paper about Youth Violence

After reviewing the chapters on the various types of patterns of development, this job chooses a pattern to plan, organize, and brainstorm ideas for an essay. It offers ideas related to the topic of Youth Violence (Criminal justice). After reviewing the chapters listed below on the various types of patterns of development, ch

AIDS in Africa: Dying by the Numbers

These questions are encompassed: (1) How does the author of "AIDS in Africa: Dying by the Numbers" organize information to build his argument? (2) Does he include any counterarguments? Why or why not? (3) What kinds of statistics, graphs, or illustrations does the author include? (4) In what ways do these visuals str

This job determines which sources are reliable and which ones are not.

I offer help with reviewing the following Internet and university Library sources. I then determine which sources are reliable and which are not. University Library article:

What is the Problem? Dealing with difficult co-workers or subordinates...

Lately, one of your subordinates has been unusually irritable with several people in your department. You have purposely refrained from taking action because you believe that the parties involved should work out such difficulties. This approach has worked well in similar situations in the past. This morning, however, your subord

Business Literature

I have a list of questions that I have to choose 1 to answer each week. I have to write a 200 word response each week. I really do not understand the questions. If the questions can be broken down in layman's terms maybe I can answer at least five of them. Can someone please help by simplifying the questions? I do not n

Changes in an employee's behavior are noted.

This case study is examined: Jack Sampson, a clerk in the human resources department of the Franklin County Hospital, had been with the hospital for four years. Until the last several months, he had been an ideal employee. He had always been excellent at answering other employees' questions. Furthermore, he was active in