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Communicating in buisness week 1

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Communicating in buisness week 1 MGMT

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these notes cover the beginning of midterm 1
Communicating in business
Robert Gayle Insley
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Management, communication, insley, UNT




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Date Created: 09/06/16
Management  UNT Week 1  Syllabus review o Focus of the class is on writing, speaking, and team building   All valued by business community  o This is a next gen course we don't meet any Friday's after the first one  o Drops two lowest in class activities and bonus points for doing all of them  o If not busted for tech then bonus points  o Don't get first edition of the book o Get access code  o Non comprehensive final exam  o Don't bring book to class  Communicating in organizations  o Key qualities of excellent communicators  in organizations   Take pride in the quality of their communication   Understand importance of improving communications skills  EX Ups trains every Friday focusing on a different skill every 7  weeks  Not only identify weaknesses but work on them   Understand correlation between practicing and growing their skills   E. Tracy was held captive and wrote 7 letters every day for 5  years (12,775 letters in total) and practiced his letter writing   Soft skills o What do businesses look for   Communication skills   Listening skills   Writing and presentation skills (tied for second and third)  Team communication  interpersonal skills  Employees with the ability to get along while getting the job done.  How they treat each other   25% of businesses look for the is at and rank this as their #1  choice   The is one of the main reason people are dismissed after their  probationary period  Remember that thank you is always appreciated


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