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BUS600 / BUS 600 / Week 4 DQ 1 Internal Communication

BUS600 / BUS 600 / Week 4 DQ 1 Internal Communication

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Week 4 DQ 1 Internal Communication

Internally, it may be necessary to communicate persuasively to a boss, peer, or subordinate. In a 250-300 word response, evaluate how or if your communication would differ in each situation. Would there be differences in the decision making process when involving these individuals? Use at least one resource to support your key points. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' posts.
Week 4 DQ 1 Internal Communication

Internally, it may be necessary to communicate persuasively to a boss, peer, or subordinate. In a 250-300 word response, evaluate how or if your communication would differ in each situation. Would there be differences in the decision making process when involving these individuals? Use at least one resource to support your key points. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' posts.

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Week 4 DQ 1 Internal Communication

Internally, it may be necessary to communicate persuasively to a boss, peer, or subordinate. In a 250 !00 "ord response, evaluate #o" or i$ your communication "ould di$$er in eac# situation. Would t#ere be di$$erences in t#e decision makin% process "#en involvin% t#ese individuals& 'se at least one resource to support your key points. (espond to at least t"o o$ your $ello" students) posts.

Many people consider persuasive communication as difficult. In order to persuade others, one should possess self-confidence on his communication skills and mastery on the subject. There are four steps in order to persuade or convince other people according to Baack ( !" #. The first step is preparation and the ne$t three are the different attitudes %hich are unfree&ing, moving and refree&ing.

The very beginning step of improving a certain persuasive presentation is audience assessment. There is a possibility that the manager may %ant to talk about the company. the refree&ing attitudes call for a response or an action. .s argument is necessary so that he can perform the task easily and less-error. +long %ith this. . This process is called as setting the stage according to 'arvin ( !!(#. and pathos is emotional appeals as cited by Baack ( !" #. organi&ing the employee. ethical are ethos. The type of discussion she %ill have %ith the manager is informal. the employee %ill persuade the manager about their need to have ne% e-uipment. This is one %ay of catching the attention of the driver and this %ill lead him to consider that driving %hile being drunk should be avoided.or an instance. The third step is moving attitudes in %hich there are different kinds of strategies that aim to motivate the persons to make changes on their attitudes or behaviors. *n the other hand. it is recommended that your presentation %ill be through a %ritten format that has graphs and charts along so that making the point is effective.The listeners or the audience should set themselves to listen and should also prepare themselves to accept the messages that the speaker %ill deliver. it is important also to determine the effect of your proposed changes to the different groups.s productivity increase and costs decrease. /hen presenting this. )ogical is logos. Besides. there is a great chance for the decision to be positive. To do this. /hen the demonstration is made formally. it %ants to see ne% attitudes. The unfree&ing attitudes as the second step is best e$plained as like letting a drunkard vehicle driver any pictures that sho%s a car that had been into accident. individuals and to organi&ations.

This is one %ay of valuing the vie%s of the employees. The leaders should be in a cooperative manner %hen they are looking for solutions coming from the employees. To sho% sincerity to the staff members. !" #. respect and trust. . These employees can possibly put in mind that never having change is better option rather than getting a change but is %rong. +t this. the employees %ill feel that they are important in making the decisions. But.*ne should be persuasive enough %hen he %ants to convince others to apply a ne% method of running a business. The employees can think of change if there are arising problems that are still unresolved %hich also have no signs also of improvement ('arvin. This group of employees is also hard to persuade that a certain proposal is useful. the leaders should follo% through %hat they have decided. !!(#. But this %ill become easier if the persuader is familiar about using emotional appeal so that he can e$pect for a positive response about his proposal. 0onvincing for a change is possible if the persuader has gained the subordinates. if the employees appreciate the argument of their co-employee they can be motivated to make the change (Baack.

( !" #. "!8-"" . . Harvard Business Review. 0+4 Bridgeport 5ducation. 2. Managerial communication. M. 1oberto. 2..1eferences Baack. +. Inc 'arvin. +. 0hange through persuasion. 67( #. 3an 2iego. ( !!(#.

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