A manager using tables and charts from a written report in his oral presentation should
A. rounding off the data to a greater extent in the presentation.
B. cutting out some of the information from the visuals in the report.
C. presenting the material in a table rather than a chart.
D. providing titles for the visuals in the presentation.
E. adding decorative clip art in the presentation.
Which of the following employees in an organization will be considered least
promotable or influential?
A. Rachael, whoensures that she keep her boss informally informed about her progress
with work though her boss doesnt give her much feedback or mentoring
B. Max, who believes that networking at work is unprofessional, hence he limits
interactions with supervisors to formal meetings only, in which he allows others to take
C. Rebecca, who deliberately initiates conversations with her boss through which she
aims to show that she is thinking about ways to work smarter and learn more
D. Arnold, who ensures to explicitly put across his disagreements at meetings about
points that contrast from his views
E. David, who often links his points and comments to those made by powerful and
influential people present at a meeting