Effective Business Communications

Code:
EL30573
Objective:

Chapter 1: Communication as a Proces Chapter 2: Choosing Appropriate WordsChapter 3: Writing Effective SentencesChapter 4: Writing Paragraphs and CompositionsChapter 5: Planning Messages for Reader ReactionChapter 6: Writing About the Routine and the Pleasant Chapter 7: Writing About the UnpleasantChapter 8: Writing to Persuade Chapter 9: Writing Special Letters Chapter 10: Preparing Personal ResumesChapter 11: Writing Application Letters Chapter 12: Business Reports and Research MethodsChapter 13: Organizing ReportsChapter 14: Using Graphics in ReportsChapter 15: Writing the Report Chapter 16: Finishing the ReportChapter 17: Preparing Memorandums and Short Reports Chapter 18: Listening and Making Oral PresentationsChapter 19: New Technology in Business Communication

Description:

Good communications, oral or written, is the key to success in business life. The course is intended to assist business people in gaining understanding of the communication process, writing and organization methods, and oral aspects of communication in business. Emphasis is also placed on new technology in business communications, including e-mails, blogs, and Internet searching.Objectives:Chapter 1: Communication as a Proces Chapter 2: Choosing Appropriate WordsChapter 3: Writing Effective SentencesChapter 4: Writing Paragraphs and CompositionsChapter 5: Planning Messages for Reader ReactionChapter 6: Writing About the Routine and the Pleasant Chapter 7: Writing About the UnpleasantChapter 8: Writing to Persuade Chapter 9: Writing Special Letters Chapter 10: Preparing Personal ResumesChapter 11: Writing Application Letters Chapter 12: Business Reports and Research MethodsChapter 13: Organizing ReportsChapter 14: Using Graphics in ReportsChapter 15: Writing the Report Chapter 16: Finishing the ReportChapter 17: Preparing Memorandums and Short Reports Chapter 18: Listening and Making Oral PresentationsChapter 19: New Technology in Business CommunicationCategory: Communication and SalesPassing Score: 70%NASBA: Yes QAS Self StudyDelivery Method: Online Self StudyLevel: Basic to IntermediatePrerequisites: NoneAuthor: Delta PublishingABOUT THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT:Dr. Jae K. Shim is Professor of Business at California State University, Long Beach,California. Dr. Shim received his MBA and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley (Haas School of Business.) He has co-authored over 50 professional business books and has been a consultant to commercial and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years. 

$125.00

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