Protect Yourself from Unwanted Influence
Graded Quiz • 30 min Quiz10 Questions Week 4
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Protect Yourself from Unwanted Influence

Graded Quiz • 30 min Quiz10 Questions Week 4

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What is the primary difference between influence and manipulation?

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To protect yourself from someone influencing you via social proof, you should:

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To minimize the availability bias as an influence tactic, you should:

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To protect yourself from liking as an influence tactic, you should encourage more face-to-face dialogue with the person trying to influence you.

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To protect yourself from liking as an influence tactic, you should emphasize personal differences between you and the person trying to influence you.

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To protect yourself from a salesperson trying to influence you by using a scarcity tactic, you should:

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When someone tries to influence you by emphasizing a potential lost opportunity, you can protect yourself by re-framing the decision as a potential gain.

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When someone tries to influence you by anchoring a negotiation at a low amount, you can protect yourself by re-anchoring the discussion at a much higher amount.

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When someone tries to influence you by emphasizing his or her legitimate authority over your team, which of the following will be your most effective strategy for protecting yourself?

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To protect yourself from others’ influence, you can:

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