com295 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Designing & Delivering Effective Presentations
- Apply visuals, sound, and mobile devices to enhance business presentations.
- Describe the components of an effective presentation.
- Summarize four aspects of business presentations.
The Communication Process in the Digital Age
- Describe the communication process model.
- Explain how social media is changing the nature of business communication.
- Define ethical communication.
- Examine guidelines for making ethical communication choices.
Communication & Collaboration
- Demonstrate characteristics of effective team communication.
- Examine guidelines for collaborative writing.
- Breakdown the listening process.
- Evaluate strategies for improving nonverbal communication.
Constructing Effective Messages
- Construct an effective business message using the writing process.
- Differentiate types of business messages and applicable digital channels for distribution.
Creating Persuasive Messages Using Appropriate Channels
- Analyze how persuasive messaging is applied in the global business environment.
- Identify effective strategies for developing marketing and sales communication messages.
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