Communicating with Teams: Importance & Examples


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Team communication can occur via _____.

I. Email

II. Text

III. In person

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1. Good team communication relies on messages that are exact. That is to say, they are _____.


Which of the following is NOT good for team communication?

I. Clarity

II. Vagueness

III. Conciseness

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Take this short mobile-friendly quiz and see how much you know about communicating with teams. You'll be responsible for recalling certain topics such as the way(s) that team communication can occur and another word for 'exact' communication.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz will test your understanding of these aspects of communication:

  • What doesn't lead to effective communication
  • Reason(s) that communicating effectively is important
  • Improper team communication

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the fundamental information from the lesson on team communication, including another word for communicating in an 'exact' manner
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about team communication examples, including an example of improper communication
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what can make team communication ineffective

Additional Learning

Keep learning about communication with the easy-to-use lesson named Communicating with Teams: Importance & Examples. Here are some of the main topics you'll be exploring:

  • Communication that can have unintended consequences
  • Messages that are short and to the point
  • Expectations of team members