10-Minute Critical-Thinking Activities for the World of Work

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Walch Publishing, 1998 - Business & Economics - 74 pages
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Build critical-thinking skills in a workplace context! Allows students to solve realistic job-related problems through 50 brief scenarios Builds skills in communication, prioritization, decision making, comprehension, and human relations
 

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Contents

Marketing the Special Occasions Hotel
6
Business Growing Pains Scenario 14
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Scenario 15
15
The Right Match for the Job Scenario 16
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Scenario 17
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A Tempting Situation Scenario 18
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Scenario 19
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Scenario 20
20
Scenario 33Team Spirit When Meeting Deadlines
41
Scenario 34Too Much Work Too Little Time
42
Scenario 35Listen to Remember
43
PART 4
47
Wrong Information
50
Scenario 41Two Places at the Same Time
51
Scenario 42Dealing With a Procrastinator
52
Scenario 43Your Time on Company Time
53

The Magic Transcript Scenario 21
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Scenario 22
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Shopping the Net Scenario 23
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Scenario 24
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Scenario 25
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PARTS
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Scenario 36The Rule of 72 Makes Your Money Grow
33
Different Drummer
37
Scenario 30FundRaising That Is No Longer Fun
38
Scenario 31Avoiding the Clique
39
Scenario 32Overtime Bonanza
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Scenario 44Suggesting Effectively
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Scenario 45Quantity Quality or Both?
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Scenario 46Taking Time Off
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Scenario 47Communicating Effectively With Your Audience
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Scenario 48The Customer Is Boss
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Telephone Etiquette
59
Scenario 50The Right Place and the Right Time
60
Scenario 51Lets Do Lunch
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Scenario 52Breaking the Ice
62
ANSWERS
63
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About the author (1998)

Ken Kaser taught business and marketing courses in Nebraska and Texas high schools for 30 years. He currently serves as the Director for the Event Management and Sales Certificate program at Conrad Hilton College at the University of Houston. Ken has authored or co-authored seven books; written national, state, and local curriculum; served in many professional leadership roles; and earned numerous teaching awards at the national, state, and regional levels.

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