TED “Know your worth, and then ask for it / 自分の価値を知り、その対価を求めよう” で英語学習

“Know your worth, and then ask for it / 自分の価値を知り、その対価を求めよう”というTED Talkで英語を勉強しましょう。ただ聞き流すだけではなく、下にある理解度チェックテストで、きちんと内容が聞き取れていたかを確認できます。自分の価値に見合った報酬/対価を得るためにはどうすればいいのか?アメリカでも社会問題となっている男女間の賃金格差の原因についても明らかにする、自分自身の経験も含めて語られるわかりやすいプレゼンテーションです。

このTED Talkの紹介

Your boss probably isn’t paying you what you’re worth — instead, they’re paying you what they think you’re worth. Take the time to learn how to shape their thinking. Pricing consultant Casey Brown shares helpful stories and learnings that can help you better communicate your value and get paid for your excellence.




No. 1

Which is the correct word to complete the statement below Casey introduced at the beginning of the talk? No one will ever pay you what you're worth. They'll only pay you what they ------- you're worth.
(a) know
(b) deserve
(c) want
(d) think

No. 2

According to Casey, a woman business owner earns just ------- for every dollar a man earns.
(a) 80 cents
(b) 83 cents
(c) 90 cents
(d) 1.1 dollars

No. 3

Casey says that the gender wage gap is caused because women are ------- communicating their value.
(a) uncomfortable
(b) uncertain
(c) unhappy
(d) unknown

No. 4

Which is NOT included in key value questions to evaluate Casey's value?
(a) What value do I add?
(b) What problems do I solve for clients?
(c) What do I do that no one else does?
(d) What do I do better than clients?

No. 5

How did Casey feel when she decided to double her price?
(a) Confident
(b) Inconfident
(c) Scared
(d) Torned

No. 6

Which is the correct combination to complete the sentence below? According to Casey, (1) ------- our value and (2) ------- our value are the two elements to realize our full earning potential.
(a) (1) defining / (2) emphasizing
(b) (1) defining / (2) communicating
(c) (1) deciding / (2) asking for
(d) (1) declaring / (2) demanding

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