How to Think Fast on Your Feet (Without Putting Them In Your Mouth) Questionnaire
The upcoming ExecuProv class is planned according to each participant's needs. Therefore, those areas covered with regard to presentation skills and overall communication techniques will be determined by your input. Please complete this questionnaire and return it to the address below as soon as possible. Thank you.
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1) Which of the following symptoms do you encounter in front of others ( one or 100) when you feel pressured: *
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2) Please mark the following reasons why you are taking this class: *
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3) Do you freeze up when you are: *
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4) On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rank your sense of being inhibited? *
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5) When do you become the most inhibited in the work environment? *
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6) Do you ever lose your composure or presence in front of a group? *
If so, describe the typical group size and the details of such a situation:
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7) Do you have trouble hearing what is being said when you are lost for words? *
What goes through your mind at such times?
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8) When you freeze up mentally, do you experience regret and/or remorse? *
If yes, to what extent?
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9) On a scale from 1 to 10, how much do you analyze or reason what you are about to say when you feel confronted or pressured? *
No analysis
Lots of analysis
Approximately how much time lapses for you during this analysis process? *
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10) How many of your responses (when you are pressured) are spontaneous? *
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11) Describe three or more typical situations when you find it hard to think fast on your feet. *
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