Part I: Nonverbal Communication
Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points)
Hand gesture: One hand gesture that Italy has that the United States doesn't have the same meaning as is pointing both index fingers and moving them in a up and down, in and out motion.
Country/Culture referenced: Italy was the country that I refrenced.
What does it mean? This hand gesture means to ward off bad luck.
Part II: Nonverbal Communication and Active Listening
Choice #2: Review the video recorded interviews in the Activity tab. Document the nonverbal gestures displayed by the participants and your interpretation of the gestures.(36 points)
|Nonverbal Gestures Used|What does this mean to you?|
Scenario #1|1) Waving |Waving means Hello, bye or nice to see you.| |2) Pointing|Pointing is a way of indicating to look at something.| |3) Using fingers|Using your fingers is a way to point out numeric amounts.| |||
Scenario #2|1) Hand shaking|Hand shaking to me means like a greeting.| |2) Smile|Showing being happy|
|3) Frown |Showing sadness or disappointment, even hurt.|
After documenting the nonverbal gestures that took place during the interviews, write 5 or more sentences about each interview stating whether you feel the interview went well, if you would hire the person, and why you made this decision. (30 points) Walter's interview to me didn't go well at all. For one he didn't shake the interviewers hand when it was his turn to get interviewed. The second reason why I don't think Walter's interview went well is, because he wasn't focused and was off topic. Walter wasn't organized at all, and he didn't even have good posture. Walter didn't answer the questions like he should've, and finally Walter...
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