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Question 9 9. In which part of the assignment prompt lessons would you find instructions on how to complete your assignment?
Question 10 10. How many questions are in a practice final exam?
Question 11 11. What should Manny the manager NOT do if he wants to empower his employees?
Question 12 12. Jane and Thomas are disputing over methods for advancing their company's image. Thomas wants to use online social media, whereas Jane believes most of their customers are older and should be contacted by mail. A person from outside the company is brought to weigh in on both sides of the argument and move them towards a more constructive dialog. The mediator maintains an impartial stance and keeps extensive notes that she presents to Jane and Thomas to resolve their conflict. Which of these in this scenario is NOT common for mediators?
Question 13 13. Donald is an office manager. In his youth, he found that other kids of a certain nationality were quarrelsome and hard to get along with. When an applicant from the same nationality applied for an opening in Donald's office, Donald dismissed him because he didn't feel the applicant would get along with existing staff. Donald is using _____
Question 14 14. Tad was tasked with hiring a new sales manager for his team. He had two equally qualified candidates with personalities that seemed alike. However, he found Cathy to be more attractive than Kelly. Tad decided to hire Cathy because he felt she would get along better with the team than Kelly would. Tad's behavior is an example of _____
Question 15 15. Based on the equity theory, which of the following is NOT an example of an output?
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