Self-Assessment: Communication Style

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Review "The Company You Keep and the Image You Project: Putting Your Best Face Forward in Online Social Networks" in this week's Electronic Reserve Readings.

Review your results from the What's My Face-to-Face Communication Style? self-assessment.

Interpret the scores of your peers on the Peer Perception Survey.

Analyze how others perceive you and how you perceive yourself to determine appropriate strategies for improving self-esteem and interpersonal perception by answering the following questions:

  • How do you feel that others formed perceptions of you?
  • Were others' perceptions surprising? Why?
  • What can you do to improve the accuracy of others' assessments to your own?

Combine your analysis with your score interpretations.

Instructions for Peer Perception Survey: Write your name in the first blank of the survey and then distribute it to three to seven people whose opinion you value and in whom you trust. They may be friends or acquaintances; the most important thing is that they are people who provide you with honest opinions. Their names need not be included on the survey form. Collect the survey forms and use them to complete this week's assignment.

Note: You cannot meet a requirement by saying it does not apply. Use the concepts in the grading rubric in your answers. Look to the sample paper for appropriate formatting. This requires considerable thought and processing on your part. While there is no formal word count requirement, if you haven't written at least 1200 words, you do not have enough detail in your paper.

 

Look to the grading rubric for the concepts that must be coverred and the APA expectations to see what APA guidelines you must follow in your paper. The sample paper is laid out so that you will cover everything required for the assignment if you use it as your template

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    Review"The Company You Keep and the Image You Project: Putting Your Best Face Forward in Online Social Networks" in this week's Electronic Reserve Readings.

    Reviewyour results from the …