Define
Norms
T or F
Example
Apply
100

 ________________ are the standards we live by. they are the shared expectations and rules that guide behavior within social groups. 

Cultural Norms 
100
Norm is slang for ___________ a. normal b. natural c. nurture
a. normal
100

Cultural norms are the rules of behavior that are considered acceptable in a group or society. True or False

True

100

Introducing yourself before speaking in a meeting is an example of a. meeting norms b. social norms on using the phone c. group norms when dinning

a. meeting norms

100

When facilitating a meeting with others before the meeting occurs you should a. grab coffee b. send out an agenda c. make sure your internet works

b. send out an agenda

200

 ________ are the informal rules that groups adopt to regulate and regularize group members behavior.  

Group Norms 

200

Being authentic and practicing anti-racist behavior is a _________ a. HR requirement b. Cultural Norm c. Meeting norm

b. Cultural Norm

200

People who do not follow norms are awarded True or False

False

200

Assuming good intent when there is a disagreement is an example of  a. meeting norm b. Group norm c. cultural norm

c. Cultural Norm

200

When trying to foster a brave space for participants you should  a. put your phone away b. listen to music c. have a variety of ways to participate 

c. have a variety of ways to participate

300

 ________  are the standards of behavior expected from those in a team and during a team meeting.

Meeting Norms

300
Norms are done ______________ a. while thinking about them b. while not thinking about them c. while daydreaming
b. while not thinking about it
300
The environment or situation does NOT influence the norms. True or False
False
300

Always take turns speaking is a example of a. meeting norm b. cultural norm c. group norm

a. meeting norm

300

This meeting norm helps participants know what is expected of them in the meeting  

Clarifying roles and expectations 

400

Norms include the following a. feelings, attitude, personality b. dress, speech, appearance c. dress, attitude, personality

b. dress, speech, appearance

400

Holding each other accountable and addressing poor behavior are a.group norms b. cultural norms c. meeting norms

a. group norms

400
Norms are usually done without thinking about them True or False
True
400

Having fun while working in EIS is an example of a. cultural norm b. Group norm c. Meeting Norm

a. Group Norm

400

Practicing these norms can help participants feel heard and validated in meeting discussions a. give credit to people for their ideas b. have a parking lot c. take turns speaking 

a, b and c

500

Culture and Group Norms are guided by  _________, _________, and _________ a. values, beliefs, behaviors b. dress, speech, appearance c. feelings, attitude, personality

a. values, beliefs, behaviors

500
It's a strong correlation between people's ________ and their behavior a. beliefs b. thoughts c. society
a. beliefs
500

How you look, and talk play a big role in norms. True or False

True

500

Person centered communication at DHS is an example of a. Group norms b. Cultural Norms c. Meeting norms

c. cultural Norm

500

SST is trying to determine what should go into the next agency strategic plan but there are so many ideas and competing priorities, what meeting norm could help them?  

Clarify together their desired outcomes 

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