Nonverbal Communication Please review these two (2) photos taken from social media sites. Unprofessional Profile Photo Professional Profile Photo bad profile good profile I have attached the pictures Next, share your thoughts on the type of nonverbal message each photo is communicating. Be sure to identify the types of nonverbal communication used in each photo. (See “Types of Nonverbal Communication” in your text) (Please note that this answer does not have to be long so I will not pay over the amount that is posted)
Listening Please respond to the following: Of the bad listening practices in Chapter 5, Section 2 of Communication in the Real World, identify the two (2) practices you use most often. Next, share three (3) ways that you can prevent or lessen these barriers. Suggest three (3) reasons for using effective vocal delivery in a professional context. Next, consider two (2) possible consequences of failing to use effective vocal delivery in a professional context.
Email Based on Listening Skills Your supervisor has asked to you write a brief email on the vacation policy changes to be distributed to staff. You will need to listen to a voice mail from your supervisor with instructions on how to create the email to announce the new vacation policy. The voice mail will include specific details that must be followed in creating the email. This audio voice mail can be found in your course shell. Create an email message in which you: Listen to your supervisor’s voice mail here. Create a one to two (1-2) paragraph email with […]
Managing Conflict You have been planning a family vacation for months. You have booked the hotel and purchased non-refundable airline tickets. One week before you are scheduled to go on your vacation, a coworker has told your manager that he needs to take the next week off, your vacation week, for a family emergency. Your manager has told you that you have to miss your vacation in order to cover your coworker’s shift, which means you will lose your hotel deposit and airline tickets. Your coworker has had several family emergencies during the past six months. You have been willing […]
Voice Mail Follow-Up Your supervisor has asked to you write a brief email on the vacation policy changes to be distributed to staff. You have just finished up and have sent your newly constructed email to the staff. Now, you must call your supervisor and leave a voice mail response updating him or her that you have sent out the new vacation policy email to staff. Once you create your voice mail message, be sure to attach it when submitting this assignment. Note: For this assignment, you will need to use a sound recorder such as Sounder Recorder on PC […]
Constructing Effective Business Messages Select a product or service for this assignment in which you believe your organization should invest capital resources to develop for sale in a global environment. Review Ch. 4 of Business Communication Essentials. Create a Microsoft® Word analysis of 1,250 to 1,400 words that includes the following: Describe the product or service, including its main characteristics. Why do you believe this product is worthwhile? Create a profile of your audience/s. Why are these audience/s important? How different would you approach each audience? Explain how you would establish credibility. Explain why you selected the channel. Select the […]
Revising and Presenting Your Writing You are under a tight deadline to submit a report to your manager. You are cutting it very close and consider submitting your report without revising your writing in order to meet the deadline. Then you remember what your English professor taught you about the importance of revising your work. Identify three (3) areas of evaluation you consider to be most important in communicating effectively and preventing misunderstandings through revision within your writing.
Email Revisions Revise the two (2) emails below to remove problematic content and help these students construct polite, effective email messages instead. Scenario 1: Susan is unhappy with her grade in her college class. She wants to clarify what she can do to improve in the course. She also feels like venting her frustrations to her professor due to the many hours she is spending studying and writing papers (which may or may not be a good idea). She decides to email her professor; however, before she hits SEND, she asks you, her friend, to take a look at the […]
Grammar and Writing Conventions State two (2) possible outcomes of a writer neglecting to use correct basic rules of writing and grammar and punctuation rules when communicating electronically in the workplace. Share your experience receiving a professional communication (text, email, memo, or letter) that did not adhere to writing conventions and / or used incorrect grammar and punctuation; then explain the impact of these issues on the failure of the communication.
Using Words Well Review the section on using words ethically in Communication in the Real World, Chapter 3.3; then, identify a situation where you believe language could be used unethically in academic, professional, or personal contexts. Next, suggest three (3) ways your example relates to civility, polarizing language, swearing, or accountability