Subject: Personality Development Programme - II

Assignment: TA (Compulsory)
Part I: An Anthology of Programmes on Personality Development

1. Prepare a brief self-portrait of yourself for a professional career. Ans. "I was born in Canton, Ohio and attended Lincoln High School. Ever since I was a teenager, I tinkered with computers. It was my hobby, my passion, and my way of learning. Like most kids I enjoyed computer games. When my folks gave me a computer as a reward for making honor roll my sophomore year, I mastered DOS, Windows, and WordPerfect within six months. I then went on to teach myself programming basics. By the time I graduated high school, I knew I wanted to study programming. From that point on, everything fell into place. My life revolved around computing. By my junior year at Syracuse, I decided I wanted to work for a major software manufacturer. That is why I had an internship last summer at FastTrack Software. I now want to work for a major player so I can be at the forefront of breaking trends and new technology. When my college roommate told me about his start in your department, I hounded him until he helped me get a referral, which brought me here today. I am prepared to answer any questions you may have about my education and experience."

2. List out your short term (1 to 2 years) & long term professional goals (after 5 years). Ans. "In five years I hope to be working with an employer in an increasingly responsible position, that enables me to utilize my talents and work closely with my colleagues in solving important problems. I see myself taking on new and exciting challenges in an enjoyable environment and hopefully this will be with your company."

3. Prepare a self-improvement plan for one of your goals. Plan for one of your goals giving details of an Action Plan along with time frame for achievement. Ans. These are the self – improvement plan with details of Action plan . My goal it to be entrepreneur with in a one year and I m doing work direction of this goal. I m looking to self –improve for this post .There are some action plans for that :-

1) First of all, make sure it is YOUR goal. Do not attempt to do something just because someone else wants you do. Success comes from owning the process and wanting the outcome. Just because your spouse wants you to work at home does not mean that it’s your cup of tea and that you will be successful. Your heart has to be in it all the way. Goals without buy-in are simply wishes. 2) Don’t call it a goal. You have to treat it as a done-deal. You know that most people do not keep their New Year’s Resolutions. That’s because they see them as aspirational, not mandatory. A definite business goal is different. Never forget that success is a mindset. If you Think it, and Believe it, you will Do it. Some people prefer to call goals Promises because studies have shown that people tend to keep promises. As Yoda said, “There is no try. Either you do or you don’t.” 3)Clearly identify your steps to achieve your outcome and write it down. A common methodology for goal-setting is represented by the moniker S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, Time-Specific). Each and every goal should have at least these five elements. Vague generalities are not goals. Wanting to do something is different from planning to do something. When we say goals need to be specific, it needs to have as much detail as you can imagine. Measurable means that it has to have some way to determine whether or not you are making progress or have achieved the desired outcome. Actionable means that you have to be able to “do” something to make it happen. Realistic is important. If you set a goal that you cannot possibly attain, it’s a wish. Goals are realistic and then they build on each other. The last element is time-specific. You must set a deadline so you can determine if you are on track toward success. Learning to set SMART goals will make success become almost automatic. 4) Identify things or people who motivate you. The motivation can either be positive (you are happy when you think about achieving it) or negative (the thing or person makes you mad and you want to succeed to spite them). When your confidence is lacking, look to your motivators to keep you focused and on track. For instance, if you are feeling down and don’t want to tackle that next project on your to-do list, reward yourself with a positive motivator when you complete your task. 5) Create a Plan for success. Your plan should include a written statement of your objectives, your timeline, your ultimate outcome, and what steps you need to take today to put the plan into action. As time goes on, your plan will change and you will be able to identify the next step. Don’t be discouraged if you can’t identify every step immediately. Just plan to go as far as you can and adjust along the way. Knowing “why” you want to achieve what you are aiming at is important. If it’s in writing, you can limit “goal slippage” and keep yourself focused on what your objectives. 6) Review your Plan every day. Use visual reminders, index cards, posters, photos, — whatever works for you. Keep it in front of you daily. Put a copy in your car, on the breakfast table, on the bathroom mirror — anywhere you will be forced to look at it. Make reviewing your goals and your plans a habit as automatic as brushing your teeth every day. The more you review, the more you will be convinced that it can be achieved. Do something every day to move toward your goal. Small progress adds up to big results. If you can spend 5 to 10 minutes each day thinking about your next step, and then putting that step into action your goal will get closer and closer to reality.

So don’t sell yourself short.. If they are not supportive. when is the best time to set a goal? … NOW! Procrastination will not create results. and you just might surprise yourself and make it. Its work could have a great impact into the fields of computer and communications networks. Surround yourself with positive people and look for people who will support your goals. . There’s no reason to wait because you never know what tomorrow brings. but it could be written between a minimum of 3 or a maximum of 5 sentences. Many places will toss the resume or bio on the first spelling error. Telling others makes you accountable. so much the better. a “perfect” moment to change your life. Any time you feel worried or doubt that you can achieve what you have set out to do. or more anything. It doesn’t take more brains. It’s more fun that way. After all. Read it to yourself out loud!) The most basic thing to write a bio-data are the following important items and aspects: 1st . Henry Ford was right: “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t.The ideal number of sentences would be 4. but please use spell check and grammar check on what you submit. (I didn't get very far reading the listing below before I would have tossed it if it was actually a bio. The concepts are good. 4. Prepare a concise & comprehensive Bio-Data of yourself for a job. Self-talk. Just go for it. 9) Envision the result and see the conclusion.For example if you would like to describe you recient work you must write something like: Charles Brown is developing skills in Voice over IP and WiMAX in the security data protocols. When a team of people all focus on one goal and everyone’s success. I stop reading them. do not look to them for support. etc 2nd. If you can recruit others to help you. 8) Tell others of your plan. Ans. 10) Get started today. self-affirmation works. The most important item is to make sure that you have correct spelling and grammar. Every journey starts with one step. Peer pressure can be a wonderful motivator. A person who is growing is becoming more of the person they were put on this earth to be. it makes it much more likely to be achieved. you’ve lost all opportunity for peer pressure and community support. There will never be a “right” time.. Everyone has within them the power and ability to achieve almost anything if they truly want it and believe in themselves.. Reaching for a goal. or more money. or more talent.. and your journey to success starts with deciding what you want to achieve and setting a path to get there. turn it around and think of all you have to be grateful for. If your goals are secret and no one else knows whether you succeed or fail. You are working toward a better life and you should be proud of yourself. you’re right. stretching yourself beyond where you are is growth. Don’t dream small — dream BIG. so you must use an appropiate way of writing with clear expressions. But caution: stay away from nay-sayers.7) Tell yourself you will succeed.” The size of the success is determined by the size of the belief.

Prepare a detailed Preparation Plan for a job interview. maybe some companies are waiting for you to do some work. This is so important I’ve got to repeat it. Preparing for a job Interview breeds CONFIDENCE. The reason Interview Preparation is so important is that preparation breeds confidence.3rd.. 4th. obtained. Ans.. Add ENTHUSIASUM to your confidence and you are 75% of the way to securing interview success. Confidence is one of the most attractive human characteristics. 5. Finding your best ways of Preparing for a job Interview are critical for your success. training programs. courses taken. performance. Practice and preparation will increase your confidence – I Guarantee it. etc. We are all attracted to confident people. You may not believe that by simply being confident and enthusiastic you can be so close to getting the job – The interview has barely started! This is what’s known as “Making a great First Impression” Confidence + Enthusiasm = Very Likable! 6. it happens. By properly preparing for a job interview your confidence will increase. rather be humble but proud of your work.Be concise and do not be very vainglorious you itself. a) Education:-Degree working towards. List out your knowledge.A good shape picture would be fine to let people recognize you. . Why is preparation for a interview so important – Preparation is a critical component for anything and everything you intend to excel at. Warning – Over confidence can become arrogance – arrogance is not attractive. Ans. skills & experience which may help you to get selected for a job.

During the interview you should be prepared to explain why you want the job and why you thing that you would be a good fit. Ans. Review the job ad for the description.Minimal competence.b) Experience: .Highly skilled. Have a pen. You should blend in but also be sure the outfit is your style so that you will feel comfortable. Step4 Get a good night's sleep the night before the interview. an area of little experience / training 1. Before you can say that you want the job you need to be clear on your own interests and career goals.Exceptionally skilled. Be sure to eat a good meal before you head to the interview. Ans. Step5 Dress professionally. a strength 3. 5. paper and multiple copies of your resume with you. 8. its employees and the specific job that you want. and area of no experience / training 7. proficient 2. Prepare a time log for a week of how you are utilizing your time and put down your reactions to your utilization of time. Plan out your answers to some standard questions. Step1 Do your research.Generally competent. .Limited competence. Outstanding competence 4. Step2 Clarify your objectives. definite problem area . Step6 Bring supplies. qualifications and requirements of the position. You will want to dress appropriately for the industry.what I learnt and / or can do now as a result of the above experince . Step3 Read interviewing tips books on to find common interview questions. c) Skill Level Rating: .Use the scale below to select the number that best represents your assessment of yourself on each item. Learn about the company history. an area of difficulty . Plan out a strategy to make a good impression on your job.

The ability to write syntactically correct sentences. Writing cohesively and so on. Ans. . Grammatical accuracy. • • In the world today there so many languages which even the best linguist cannot interpret. 2. 3. Mention the different sub skills of writing.9.If speaking was the only way of communication. In the previous unit you learnt that some of the sub skills of writing are:1. Use of appropriate vocabulary. Discuss the importance of each one of them Ans . Appropriate use of linking devices to connect sentences within a paragraph. Is language enough to be good in Communication? Why? Ans. 4. then it would not be possible for most people of different races to interact. Ability to handle a variety of sentence structures. Prepare a Time Commitment Plan for the semester (8 + 8 = 16 weeks) to achieve your goal of acquiring knowledge and good success in your studies. 2.Different societies have different languages they communicate so that they can be able to understand each other. use of correct punctuation. 8. this shows that language alone cannot effect communication for people who communicate different languages. A language means a set of words that can be used to mean or to define something by a society of people. 5. There are some other things that cannot be communicated using language such as drawings where by to explain to someone you need a real drawing for him/her to understand. 7. Part II: Effective Communication 1. The ability to arrange the sentences in a paragraph in the correct order . 6.

not dull. enthusiasm is a necessity. for color. A businessperson's manner of speaking is of utmost importance. It's not necessary to impress people with complex speech and long words. so it's best to express yourself in as few words as possible. up-building or demoralizing. variety and shades of meaning. Cultivating our ability to speak well requires effort. When this becomes easy. before they go to bed. which are easily understood. Selecting the right word can be vitally important. pronunciation must be correct. Mouths are not really as wide open as they feel. listening to those who are well-known for correct pronunciation is even better. The prime object of speaking is still to convey information. The greatest influence on children of today is television. your vocabulary is enlarged. Different expressions have the same meanings or different shades of meaning. for use in different circumstances. That means an open mouth and distinct enunciation. Also. television is becoming more and more relevant in the lives of children. friendly or hostile. They watch television while they eat. but anyone else could offend listeners and lose clarity. and to play video games. . So as television has saturated our lives it has be 4. Write a paragraph on the influence of television on children. It has become one of the most popular inventions. By looking up words when reading. Those who wear deadpan or gloomy expressions appear to be prophets of doom. However. Wordiness can bury thoughts. it is necessary to practice good diction. exciting. the object is to use words until they are well-known. These words are then used when appropriate. They can be bitter or sweet. With it Children have been able to watch shows designed specifically for children and also historical moments. Since a friendly manner and a warm smile attract pepople. Some words are similar with slightly different meanings. help make speech stimulating. soft or hard. Ans. dropping endings and talking through one's teeth. To avoid slurring words together. As time progresses. If speech is monotonous or too difficult. not hopeful. Mala-prop comedians get laughs when using wrong words. Though we recognize many words we don't use. but it is important that others grasp your meaning. descriptive words can be added.3. a dictionary helps. Write the second and third drafts of the same pointing out the changes made on each occasion. to entertain guest. This includes facial expressions as well as tone of voice. Historical moments like when men first walked on the moon or Chicago having it's first black mayor. Here again. Being needlessly technical with those who do not normally know your technical vocabulary is counterproductive. The dictionary is full of synonyms and antonyms. others will not understand you. Words and expressions can have personality . Correct words. How can we improve our speaking ability? Ans.

the level of eye contact. Imagine how you would write those sentences using exact punctuation and exclamation marks. avoiding oily. Appreciate the natural voice you have. your hand movement. taking a pause or by using your body language. When you are making points of importance. you could record yourself using a digital camera or using your mobile phone. does not attract attention and interest. greasy food and consumption of very chilled water. but maintain the pitch and tone. highlight it by either raising your voice. It could be the way you speak. spicy. You may also take help of honest friends or relatives who can suggest the places where you need to improve. take better care of your voice by gargling. Some people are naturally great speakers. Begin by setting a tone and style of speaking. Do not go on talking constantly. Assignment: TB (Compulsory) Part I: An Anthology of Programmes on Personality Development 1. improvise and learn methods to improve their speaking/oral communication skills.5. See it as an opportunity to improve. Plain speaking. Take a smaller pause when there is a comma. Do not take criticism negatively. however. Watch the recording and mark areas where you need to improve. and convert your speech in the same style. Enlist the significant qualities needed for a good personality and note down your positive qualities and your shortcomings which you feel need improvement. To improve speaking skills. Watching yourself and honestly judging your performance is important for the exercise to be meaningful. Be enthusiastic when you are talking. Look at yourself in the mirror and practice. This will add grace to your speech. . Alternatively. Speaking is an easy way to communicate your thoughts and ideas. Take pause when a sentence ends. You can use a microphone in large gatherings to be heard well. some have to hone their skills. Set a tone and pitch at which you will talk. rather than trying to ape somebody’s voice. however. practice and rehearsal are very important. If you find your voice to be hoarse or rough. Be comfortable with the voice you have. Do not speak in a monotonous tone. What do you do to improve your speaking ability? Ans. your body posture and so on. Jot down the points or make a mental note of the points you will speak about and practice it.

Ans. Do you work well with others? Have you served on committees at school? At work? In the community? CONSCIENTIOUS. Do you plan your own work? Can you work by yourself when there are no other people around? AMBITIOUS. ABLE TO WORK ALONE. Do you perceive relationships easily? Have you ever solved a problem that had baffled others? COMPETENT. Check those qualities that you feel apply to you. If you are not sure. Do you do an honest day’s work for a day’s pay? Can you name some unpleasant task you have done because it had to be done and no one else would do it? COOPERATIVE. Do you undertake challenges readily? Have you ever had to stand firm on your principles despite opposition? DECISIVE. Are you able to meet deadlines? Is your work generally accepted “as is”? Have you ever accomplished some feat of speed or skill in your chosen field? CONGENIAL. Are you able to make clear-cut decisions under pressure? Do you stand behind them later? Have you ever had to take a firm stand and accept responsibility for . reading the questions following each of the qualities should help you to decide. Do you keep up with the current literature in the area of work you do? Do you take on extra assignments that will help you get ahead? Do you plan your career advancement? ANALYTICAL. which might be significant to an employer. Good QUALITIES CHECK LIST The following checklist has been developed to help you evaluate personal qualities. Do you always do your part in a team assignment? Do you often volunteer to help? COURAGEOUS.

Do you feel in control of yourself most of the time? Can other people count on your day-to-day mood to be generally agreeable? Do you generally feel good will toward other people? LOYAL. Have you ever served as the treasurer of an organization? Been bonded? Are you careful with trade secrets? School or company property and supplies? Do you pass along praise when credit belongs elsewhere? Accept blame for your own mistakes? IMAGINATIVE.it? DIPLOMATIC. which proved both workable and profitable? INDUSTRIOUS. Are you able to keep a secret? Do you guard confidential material carefully? Do you respect other people’s right to privacy? EFFICIENT. Are you interested in your work? Or studies? Do you inspire others with your own interests? Have you ever done extra work because of your interest? HONEST. Can you set aside petty grievances to get a job done? Have you ever been in a situation where you stayed with a project or organization because of a sense of responsibility despite disagreement? . Do you plan you time well? Do you consciously try to improve your work habits? ENTHUSIASTIC. Do people willingly follow your suggestions? Have you held positions of responsibility at work? In school? In clubs or community activities? LEVEL-HEADED. Can you cope with difficult situations involving other people? Have you restored harmony where there was friction? Settled a difficult personnel problem? DISCREET. Can you be your own self-starter? Do you work steadily on a task until it is done? Do you resist interruptions whenever possible? LEADERSHIP ABILITIES. Do you often or occasionally come up with new ideas? Have you ever contributed an idea.

Are you able to accept ideas contrary to your own? Do you adapt well to change? ORDERLY.OBSERVANT. Ans. Do you consistently arrive on time? RESOURCEFUL. There are some qualities :- . Can you keep your temper? Are you able to train other workers calmly even when you have to explain some procedures over and over again? PERSISTENT. Are you successful in bringing others to your point of view? In selling things and ideas? PUNCTUAL. Do you see what needs to be done and do it without being told? Do you explore every possible means of solving a problem? Have you ever worked your way out of an impossible situation? SINCERE. Do you keep things where they belong? Have a knack for arranging things in a logical way? Enjoy detail work? PATIENT. Are you honest in your attitude toward yourself and other people? Wholehearted in your expressed interests and enthusiasms? SYMPATHETIC. Indicate your good qualities pertaining to Human Engineering. Can you stick to a task even when your enthusiasm and patience are thin? Have you ever accomplished something in spite of seemingly insurmountable obstacles? PERSUASIVE. Do you remember names easily? Places? Do you recall facts and figures accurately? Find your way in a new locale? OPEN-MINDED. Do you try to understand the problems of others? Do people confide in you often? Do you help them? 2.

this is yet another quality which is often forgotten in our daily lives. Having your sense of ethics intact would always make you a more responsible human being. Morality: To be a good human being you would also need to have your sense of morality intact. Showing empathy towards a person would require you to be open minded and compassionate enough to experience the pain of what somebody else is going through. Sense of Humility: To be humble is a virtue and knowing about this fine human quality and practicing the same in your everyday life would help you to reach a sense of fulfillment. 3. Sympathy for others would mean sharing one’s feeling of sorrow. Besides. Forgiveness towards others for theirs selfish and hurtful acts. Trust people you love more openly and watch the difference in your life! The more you develop the ability to trust people. Prepare an action plan for improvement. Humility means being humble towards others no matter the proportions of your wealth or your achievements. which will go a long way. which may have disturbed you. To instill this quality in you. Right from our school days. A sympathetic word or a kind act will help a person to build courage. Forgiveness: To forgive someone’s mistake would take a lot of courage and open mindedness from your side. This great human quality would help you to establish a deeper connection with people who really need your love and support. is a very fine human quality one can have. Trust: To love someone is to trust someone. Often in this rat race. the more complete you would feel! Having faith in a person and building up the trust between people would surely give a whole new meaning to one’s life. we are taught to be sympathetic towards. you would need to let go of your own selfish needs and pay attention to someone else’s suffering as if it were your own. It is about practicing the right ethics in your personal as well as professional life. A humble person is known by the greatness of his/her acts in helping people rather than harping about materialistic achievements in life.Sympathy: One of the most important of all human qualities is sympathy. However. if a person would ask for forgiveness. it would always be better to forgive a person to keep you happy from within. To have the quality of morality would make you capable of distinguishing between what is good and evil. Ans. There are some Qualities :- . we lose our ability to trust people for our own personal fears. Being sympathetic towards a person in difficult time would help to lend that emotional support needed in that period. Empathy: Having empathy for others is a great human quality you can have. To forgive such people would give you complete peace of mind instead of nurturing ill feelings towards that particular person. List out the qualities in you that need improvement from the point of view of Man Management skills.

Networking Networking is not only for finding jobs or clients. of times more information on a daily basis than our great-grandparents were. effective productivity habits. Given the huge amount of text generated by almost every transaction – from court briefs and legislation running into the thousands of pages to those foot-long receipts you get when you buy gum these days – a person who is a master of the written word can expect doors to open in just about every field. sort the potentially valuable from the trivial. if not thousands. Good critical thinking skills immediately distinguish you from the mass of people these days. Learning to write well involves not just mastery of grammar but the development of the ability to organize one’s thoughts into a coherent form and target it to an audience in the most effective way possible. of course. A large network. 5. While not being critical can be dangerous. bigger clients. and themselves than poor writers. Public Speaking The ability to speak clearly. 3. and relate it to other information is crucial – and woefully under-taught. Self-Management If success depends on effective action. so too can overanalyzing. or waiting for more information before making a decision. when it is needed most. Critical Thinking We are exposed to hundreds. networking creates the channel through which ideas flow and in which new ideas are created. In an economy dominated by ideas and innovation. And yourself – which means more opportunities for career advancement. and more attractive to be around. but also ideas. persuasively. and forcefully in front of an audience – whether an audience of 1 or of thousands – is one of the most important skills anyone can develop. and a strong sense of discipline are needed to keep yourself on track. ties one into not just a body of people but a body of relationships. 6. effective action depends on the ability to focus your attention where it is needed most. worldviews. Writing Writing well offers many of the same advantages that speaking well offers: good writers are better at selling products. analyze its relevance and meaning.1. The interactions those relationships make possible give rise to innovation and creativity – and provide the support to nurture new ideas until they can be realized. People who are effective speakers come across as more comfortable with themselves. 2. or business funding. Being able to speak effectively means you can sell anything – products. Being able to take in the scene and respond quickly and effectively is what separates the doers from the wannabes. 4. more confident. . Decision-Making The bridge that leads from analysis to action is effective decision-making – knowing what to do based on the information available. ideas. Being able to evaluate that information. ideologies. carefully cultivated. Strong organizational skills. and those relationships are more than just the sum of their parts.

But more than that. 8. Ans. Even the simple pleasures in life. learning to read productively. and poor socialization. Plus. You don’t have to know everything – but you should be able to quickly and painlessly find out what you need to know. Identify the significant things which you are using at home or office and indicate some improvement or new ideas that would make them better. chances are there’s far more that you don’t know than you do know. learning to use a library. Math You don’t have to be able to integrate polynomials to be successful. However. to make rough but fairly accurate estimates. working yourself to death in order to keep up. like hugging your child. and not having any time to enjoy the fruits of your work. 4. So be failing to relax. it leads to poor decision-making. Relaxation Stress will not only kill you. and to understand things like compound interest and basic statistics gives you a big lead on most people. ultimately need money – or you’re not going to survive to hug for very long. Even within your field. All of these skills will help you to analyze data more effectively – and more quickly – and to make better decisions based on it. Knowing how to track and record your expenses and income is important just to survive. 5. let alone to thrive. It’s obsession. poor thinking. 9. or even a tiny fraction of everything. . and effort. 10. the ability to quickly work with figures in your head. Research Nobody can be expected to know everything. Make a note some of the important etiquette pertaining to telephone and cell communication. and learning how to leverage your network of contacts – and what kinds of research are going to work best in any given situation. you knock out at least three of the skills in this list – and really more.7. It’s a shame that basic accounting isn’t a required part of the core K-12 curriculum. the principles of accounting apply more widely to things like tracking the time you spend on a project or determining whether the value of an action outweighs the costs in money. That means learning to use the Internet effectively. isn’t really “success”. Basic Accounting It is a simple fact in our society that money is necessary. time. Being able to face even the most pressing crises with your wits about you and in the most productive way is possibly the most important thing on this list.

Cell Communication Ettiquetes:. eg meetings. * Calling a business at or very near closing time is to say the least un-thoughtful. but also unlawful in most countries ( even India ) to drive & talk on your cell Phone 6. you will be heard by the caller. movies. These are generally second and third "rounds" and it is not considered rude to decline them. do not delay them.Switching it Off : Know when to turn it off or vibrate it. It is frustrating to just get to the telephone and hear a dial tone. make your call informative and short. * State your name when placing a call. While dining. However. promptly and hang-up. *Dial carefully and in proper lighting to avoid calling a wrong number and in-conveniencing others. Vibrate mode when in places where you can take a call. but don't want to disturb others. seminars. Mention any eight etiquette and manners of Indian culture. Arriving at meal times might result in an invitation to the meal. Be Polite : Don't scream : speak in a lower-than-normal voice. The word "drink" as a noun almost always refers to alcohol in Indian English. keep the call short. at times this is just a polite offer and sometimes can be a faux pas. * If you dial a number that is wrong. additional food may be offered multiple times. worship. apologize. When it is time to go home. * When speaking to anyone who is working and time is of the essence. . 2. 1. Permission : Often.Ans. Driving : It is not only very dangerous. it is correct etiquette to inform others at the beginning of the meeting that you are expecting an important call and get their permission. etc . Be Brief : When you get a call and you're with friends. and not others in the room Don't Distract : Avoid talking where you may be distracting to others.* Let the telephone ring a reasonable length of time. Ans. after a long day. Guests are generally offered a refreshment depending on the season and the time of visit. Telephone etiquette’s:. The game of "guess who this is" may not play very well to a busy friend.

Be Brief : When you get a call and you're with friends. you will be heard by the caller. When taking a gift for your Hindu hosts who invite a person to their home. using both hands together is a sign of respect. Cell Phone Etiquette:. In such a situation it would be possible to leave the excess food on the plate but to simply insist that you are full is a much better option. Driving : It is not only very dangerous. movies.) 5. offering a gift or giving something in the temple. but also unlawful in most countries ( even India ) to drive & talk on your cell Phone . 7. Indian hospitality requires the host to insist their guests eat well and gently protest that they haven't had enough. 6. Be Polite : Don't scream : speak in a lower-than-normal voice. Vibrate mode when in places where you can take a call. such as a handshake. as most Indians dislike unnecessary waste and would not like to see food being uneaten. Many Indian households expect visitors to leave their footwear at the main door of their house. If the host follows a non-vegetarian diet. It would be rude to decline by stating you're watching your diet or are trying to lose weight. it is correct etiquette to inform others at the beginning of the meeting that you are expecting an important call and get their permission. it is usually safer to avoid bringing in alcohol. as most do not drink at home or in the presence of elders of the family. Gifts are opened in private. etc . keep the call short. worship. marshmallows or cheese (if made of rennet). accepting goods or making payments with the left hand can be a faux pas (as it is associated with hygiene and cleanliness . 8. seminars. Skittles. It is polite to offer refreshments and this custom has been carried by Indians outside of India as well. For those who do. but don't want to disturb others. 4. beef and beef products [such as gelatin and rennet] are strictly against their religious beliefs so avoid food items that may have these additives such as jelly.left hand is unclean). remember that some Hindu households follow a vegetarian diet and do not consume alcohol. eg meetings. In some situations.Switching it Off : Know when to turn it off or vibrate it. Eating. Permission : Often. and not others in the room Don't Distract : Avoid talking where you may be distracting to others.3. It is considered immature and boorish to open a gift in front of the person who has given it.

or longer. it is best to break it up into smaller time units. 2. I also assume that since you are asking this question. Here is what I think is important: First and foremost. Building a team is all about leadership. Ans. It is important to keep everyone informed on the step by step progress. What steps are to be required to build a well-knit team? Ans. responsible and humble. Must be loyal . 3 . It will be up to you to set goals and then outline a plan on how you expect the team to reach them. this quickly destroys any sense of teamwork. you must set a good example. Too many bosses/managers/leaders take all of the credit themselves. Always respects to other payers . Todays' workers do not have the automatic respect for authority that workers exhibited in the past. For example. In my experience. There are some qualities needed to be a good team player . when it is the people under them that do all of the work. The days of "do as I say. 5. Coordinate with the team and with the payers. I assume that you mean a team of people with a common goal to work toward. I think it is also important that a leader be a good listener. As a leader. 4. If you have a long range goal that you expect to reach in a year. It is hard to keep a group of people motivated over a long period of time if they can't see progress along the way. It is also important to spread the credit around. You can't expect them to have positive attitudes if your attitude is negative. hours. you are the leader of the team. 8. List out the important qualities needed to be a good team player.7. and not as I do" are long over. 1. Breaking the big goal into a series of short term goals will do the trick. you will quickly destroy your teams morale if you require them to work long hours if you do not work the same. Must be a dedicated person. Team members quickly lose interest in a project if they feel they have no real input. . Always play with the team spirit. it will be up to you to instill a sense of pride in a job well done.

8. Good health . 1.These thoughts will go a long way toward ensuring that you have a successful team in whatever endeavor you find yourself. Leadership and team work. 3) You can communicate something which you don't want others to hear or listen to. 5. Human engineering skills. 2) You can communicate at place where you are supposed to maintain silence. 9. goal setting and calculate risk setting . 5) Non-verbal communication makes conversation short and brief. The ten successful traits for IT. List the advantages and disadvantages of non-verbal communication. 9. The person can see but not hear you. 6. Good time management . 3. Self motivation . The advantages of non-verbal communication are: 1) You can communicate with someone who is hard of hearing of deaf. Self learning ability . Extrovert and travel . 7. Ans . Ans.Profession. Effective communication skills. Be a eternal student . Part II: Effective Communication 1. 10. 2. List out the traits needed to be successful in the IT-Profession. 4 . 4) You can communicate if you are far away from a person. . Stress management ability .

''you know''. It is not common to indent the first line of a paragraph. Ans.it's more helpful to think of prepared versus spontaneous language. 6) Less influential and can not be used everywhere. The text is left-justified and a blank line is put after each paragraph. What are the differences between spoken and written languages? Ans. because there's no dividing line between spoken and written really .6) You can save on time and use it as a tool to communicate with poeple who don't understand your language. because you can have unprepared written language (notes. in general written language is more dense (more content words in a smaller space) uses more subordinate clauses and has less redundancy (words like ''sort of''. 2) Can not discuss the particulars of your message 3) Difficult to understand and requires a lot of repetitions. e-mails) and prepared spoken (lectures. Therefore to communicate successfully. provide background information etc. because the reader cannot ask the writer for clarification. Capitalise the first word of the text (even if the salutation ends with a comma). 2. it has to be a lot more explicit than spoken language used in a face to face conversation. . Although some written genres such as texts and e-mails are very similar to spoken language. This is a big area. Content • • first paragraph: introduction and reason for writing following paragraphs: explain your reasons for writing in more detail. ''like''. Comment on the organization pattern of the body of an official letter. The difference between spoken language and written language is that one is spoke through your mouth and the other is written on paper. ''yeah?'') The spoken language is composed of symbols. speeches) 3. 4) Can not be used as a public tool for communication. The main difference is that most written language is intended to be read by someone who is separated from the writer in space and time. The disadvantages of non-verbal communication are: 1) You can not have long conversation. 8) Can not create an impression upon people/listeners. 7) Not everybody prefers to communicate through non-verbal communication.

Also. You can see her attitude at the plate and in the field. which makes her successful. Write a dialogue between a player and a coach in the playground. Coach McGinnis feels this group of seniors has experienced more excitement on the field than any other group of seniors for JSU Softball. from where they began to now. we want them to be able to look back to their freshman year and say “I just thought I was good back then”. and is working on her Masters now. we needed her to move to leftfield. Looking back at their career. on the field and off. Hillary has one of the best arms I’ve seen. this group of ladies has won the conference.• last paragraph: summarise your reason for writing again and make clear what you want the recipient to do 4. Q: Tell us about another senior. Jana McGinnis. We started watching her as a 10th grader. That has really helped her as the leadoff hitter. We’ll cover 2 today and 2 tomorrow. because she handles the bat well. She was recruited our of Dallas. the competed for the OVC Championship. She accepted the move because it was best for the team. Academics are stressed. Coach McGinnis works to develop her team. We want them to be accountable and responsible. GA. She’s already got her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice. Chrissy bats leadoff for us. Q: What does Chrissy bring to the team? A: First of all. . what do you see? A: We want them to develop both on and off the field. Depending on the situation. She’s really matured. She has power and can get a lot of doubles and home runs for us. about the four seniors on the team. but she’s not the typical leadoff hitter. A: Chrissy O’Neal plays leftfield and bats leadoff. A conversation with Coach Jana McGinnis We recently had an opportunity to speak with Jacksonville State’s softball coach. She really helps us out in the field. Here are some questions and answers with Coach McGinnis: Q: You’ve got four seniors this year. She’s a marketing major. She is a team player. Ans. she can bunt or hit with power. Chrissy brings a tough attitude to the team. The first year they were here. both on and off the field. A: Hillary plays centerfield for us and bats second in the lineup. On the field. Hillary Downs. Since coming to JSU. and did a great job. Q: Tell us about Chrissy O’Neal. As an outfielder. The past two years. Chrissy played centerfield for us her first two years. and the team’s GPA reflects that. Last year. She also shows a great example of selflessness. Chrissy is a go-getter. She does a great job as the #2 hitter. Hillary is a great student. Chrissy has developed patience and discipline as a hitter.

In fact. Hillary is the only one that is a junior college transfer. a first . Bringing in a player like Hillary really helps because she brings with her experience and maturity. 5. . When we look at potential transfers from a junior college. She played at Central Alabama Community College. It is not a one time product. Ans. a first draft is written first and then this draft is revised twice or even trice till the final version. More to come about the JSU softball team tomorrow. Most of us.Q: How did Hillary end up at JSU? A: Of our four seniors. perhaps . She fit in immediately and played in every game.. for that metter .But while writing important documents such as thesis. Writing is a process activity. Hillary was in the running for the Junior College Player of the Year her sophomore year. proposals. write once and then leave it at that . In this sense writing is a continuous process rather than a one time product. reports or even important personal letters. This implies that it is possible to further improve this final draft. one abandons writing at the end and not rally revise it to perfection. What do you understand by the process approach to writing? Explain.. Even the final product is called only a final ‘draft’. we look for someone with good credentials.

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