The Part Perceptions Play


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The Part Perceptions Play
1010201The Part Perceptions PlayPreviously, you'd stopped by the break room for coffee. A few employees seated around a table in the corner abruptly stopped talking when you entered the room. Over the next few days, you get the impression people are avoiding you. During a staff meeting, a couple of employees snicker. You wonder—no, you worry about what's going on. Leaving work on Friday, you resolve to find out first thing next week.When you arrive at work Monday morning, the employees are gathered in the lobby. They greet you with a shout of "SURPRISE! Happy Birthday!" The break room is decorated with streamers and balloons. You're aghast. "Are you really surprised?" th…
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Lani Arrendondo: Communicating Effectively. The Part Perceptions Play, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000), AccessEngineering Export