Ethical Communication Guidelines Quiz

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Mutuality – Pay attention to the needs of others, as well as ______


Individual Dignity – Do not cause another person’s embarrassment or a loss of ______


Accuracy – Ensure that others have accurate information. Tell them ______. They have a right and need to know, not just what is true.


Access to Information – Never bolster the impact of your communication by preventing people from communicating with one another or by hindering access to the supporting ______.


Accountability – Be responsible and accountable for the consequences of your relationships and ______.


Audience – “200% rule”, where both the sender and the receiver have full or 100% responsibility to ensure that the message is understood, and that ______ are followed.


Relative truth – As either sender or receiver of information, remember that your own point of view may not be shared by others and that your conclusions are relative to your perspective, so allow others to respectfully disagree or see it ______.


Ends vs Means – Be sure that the end goal of your communication and the means of getting to that end are both ethical although no rule can be applied without reservation to any ______.


Use of power – In situations where you have more power than others, you also have more responsibility for the ______.


Test your knowledge on ethical communication guidelines including mutuality, individual dignity, accuracy, access to information, and accountability. Learn how to communicate effectively while respecting the needs and rights of others.

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