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. Joan is a strong-willed person who has high control needs. She is often heard in her group meetings cutting others off as they make comments, talking over people, and strongly evaluating ideas
presented by others in her group. Joan's communication style is: (Points : 1) passive. assertive. aggressive. passive-aggressive.
Assertive
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