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respect a feel of admiring someone or something that is good, valuable, important, ect.
memorandum a brief written message or report from one person or department in a company or organization
defeatist a way of thinking in which a person expects to lose or fail.
prejudice an unfair feeling of dislike for a person or group because of race or sex religion etc.
cultural sensitivity being aware of that cultural differences exist and have an effect on values learning, and behavior.
nonverbal communication communication without the use of words.
visualization formation of mental visual images.
mature having or showing the mental and emotional qualities of an adult.
body language movements or positions of the body that express a person's thoughts or feelings.
laissez-faire operate with very little interference from authority.
digital etiquette or netiquette as it is sometimes called, is a basic set of rules you should follow in order to make the internet better for you and others.
democratic relating to the idea that all people should be treated equally.
plagiarism the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person
social networking the creation and maintenance of personal and business relationships especially online.
sexual orintation the inclination of an individual with respect to heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual behavior
ethics the principles of conduct that governs a group or society
extinction the process of eliminating or reducing a conditioned response by not reinforcing it.
etiquette the rules indicating the proper and polite way to behave
professionalism the skill, good judgment, and behavior that is expected from a person who is trained to do a job well
affirmation to say that something is in true in a confident way
self-discipline training of oneself; correction or regulation of oneself for improvement
fairness treating people in a way that does not favor some over others
pessimism a feeling or belief that bad things will happen in the future
optimism a feeling or belief that good things will happen in the future
business letter a formal letter following the business letter template
team a group of people who work together to set goals, solve problems and put ideas into action
bias a tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc. are better than others
stereotype an oversimplified and distorted belief about a person or group
punctuality arriving or doing something at the expected or planned time
superior better than other people
authoritarian expecting of requiring people to obey rules or laws : not allowing personal freedom
verbal communication expressed in words
inferior feeling of having little or less importance or values
integrity following a strict code of conduct or standard of values
self-esteem how one views oneself; a feeling of good will with regard to how you feel about yourself; pride; confidence
self-consept how people view their own skills, interests, and competence level
gossip information about the behavior and personal lives of other people
self-observation observation of one's one appearance
tact the ability to do or say things without offending or upsetting other people
motivation the act or process of giving someone a reason for doing something
harassment to annoy or bother someone in a constant or repetitive way
discrimination unequal treatment based on such factors as race, religion nationality, gender, age, or physical appearance
diversity variety; the positive result of people in different racial, ethic, and cultural backgrounds working together
accountability willingly to take credit and blame for actions
Created by: alphawolfkeck