Communications Introduction Language Nonverbal Communication Listening Public Communication 1. Oral Communication 2. Listening Ability 3. Enthusiasm 4. Written skills 5. Technical Competence 6. Appearance 7. Poise 8. Work Experience 9. Resume 10. Specific Degrees Held
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Suggest possible interpretations of the behavior.
Request clarification about how to interpret the behavior.
“You said you really liked the job I did,
But something in your voice made me think you may not be happy with it.
How do you really feel about my work?”Perception Checking to Prevent Misunderstandings
“You shouldn’t be wasting time on that activity.”
“You don’t have control of your classroom.”
“We need to work on a format for your daily lesson plans.”
“I would like to see us focus more on the SS Standards.”
“We need to figure out how to manage your difficult students.”“We” vs. “You”
“What you do speaks so loud that the world can’t hear what you say.”
Conversation - a fair for the display of the minor mental commodities, each exhibitor being too intent upon arrangement of his own wares to observe those of his neighbor.
Egoist - a person of low taste, more interested in himself than in me
Heaven - a place where the wicked cease from troubling you with talk of their personal affairs, and the good listen with attention while you expound your own.Devil’s Dictionary - byAmbrose Bierce
Close the interview.