SOC 110 Week 1 Group Communication Competencies Survey and Summary

 

SOC/110 Week 1 Group Communication Competencies Survey and Summary (***** Part 1 Survey and Part 2 + Original + References *****)

 

Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Group Communication Competencies Survey – complete Parts 1 and 2.

  Group Communication Competencies Survey

 

There are two sections to the Group Communication Competencies Survey – complete both sections.

 

Part 1

 

On a 5-point scale, where 5 is “extremely important” and 1 is “not at all important,” rate the following types of group competencies in terms of their importance for becoming a highly effectivegroup member. Circle one number for each item. When you are finished, ask yourself this question: How competent am I in the “extremely important” areas?

 

Member and Group Competencies

Extremely Important

Very Important

Somewhat Important

Not Very Important

Not at All Important Understand the group communication process.

5

4

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2

1 Reduce your nervousness when speaking in a discussion or meeting.

5

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2

1 Understand, respect, and adapt to diverse group members.

5

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2

1 Communicate openly and ethically.

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1 Carry out critical task roles, by asking questions and summarizing ideas, and social roles, by encouraging and supporting members.

5

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2

1 Influence group members to change their attitudes and behavior.

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2

1 Use and interpret nonverbal communication effectively.

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2

1 Develop clear group goals.

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1 Listen appropriately and effectively to other members.

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1 Intervene appropriately to resolve member and group problems.

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1 Develop effective interpersonal relationships with group members.

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1 Manage and resolve interpersonal conflicts.

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1 Develop and follow a well-organized meeting agenda.

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1 Actively contribute to group discussions.

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1 Use gestures, body language, and eye contact effectively.

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2

1 Demonstrate strong leadership skills.

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1 Research and share important ideas and information with group members.

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1 Use visual aids and presentation software effectively.

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1 Plan and conduct effective meetings.

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1 Use appropriate procedures for group decision making and problem solving.

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1 Ask questions to clarify ideas and get needed information.

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1 Motivate group members.

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1 Use assertiveness strategies and skills confidently and effectively.

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1 Respect and adapt to group norms, or standards of behavior.

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1 Prepare and deliver effective presentations or oral reports.

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1 Use appropriate and effective words in a group discussion.

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2

1 Use parliamentary procedures effectively and fairly in meetings.

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1 Use effective technologies and skills to communicate in virtual groups.

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2

1 Develop and present valid arguments and opinions in a group discussion.

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1 Provide appropriate emotional support to group members.

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1 Other strategies or skills:

 

 

 

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1

 

 

Part 2

 

Provide   a 300- to 500-word summary of your results and ways to improve your competency.

 

 

Group Communication Competencies Survey  SOC/110 Version 6

 

SOC 110 Week 1 Assignment Group Communication Competencies Survey and Summary 

 

SOC 110 Teamwork, Collaboration and Conflict Resolution