compa530 | Graduate
Communications For Public Administrators
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External Communications with the Public and Other Entities
- Analyze considerations in communicating rules and regulations.
- Apply ethical considerations while disseminating sensitive information to stakeholders.
- Develop informative and persuasive forms of internal and external communications.
Public Administrators and the Media
- Explain the role of the media in disseminating information to the public.
- Describe an ethical relationship strategy between the media and the public administrator.
- Determine how media communications affect agenda setting and public opinion.
- Identify challenges associated with public involvement in decision-making processes.
- Identify communication techniques to ensure public involvement.
Public and Private Sector Communication
- Assess genre communication options based upon stakeholder criterion.
- Develop a communication plan for public organizations.
Uniqueness of Public Sector Communication
- Determine implications for communications based upon the possible stakeholders.
- Identify cultural and ethical considerations for public sector communications.
- Compare public administration communication genres.
Internal and External Communication and Barriers
- Identify communication barriers for public administrators.
- Identify diversity skills used in developing effective communications.
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