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While Ken appreciates that as a result of his communication-based self improvement plan he will be a better person, he knows that the greatest benefit will be to ______. a. Learn better jokes to tell at work and home b. Become a more effective worker c. Get out of annoying tasks at work d. Coordinate larger get togethers for office friends
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While Ken appreciates that as a result of his communication-based self improvement plan he will be a better person, he knows that the greatest benefit will be to : Become a more effective worker.
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The following statement about short-term goals is false:
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