xbcom230c | undergraduate
Business Communication For Accountants
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Identify the role of conflict in group communication.
- Describe barriers to group communication.
- Describe techniques to enhance group communication.
- Explain the effects of leadership style on group communication.
Power Versus Group and Organizational Communication
- Compare the influence of different sources of power on group and organizational communication.
- Compare different forms of communication and their use in business communications.
- Identify relevant information for communications with a specific audience.
Ethics and Communication
- Analyze the role of ethics in business communication.
Effective Business Communication
- Evaluate the effectiveness of a business communication.
Organizational Culture and Communication
- Use the tools available to University of Phoenix students.
- Explain the relationship between organizational culture and organizational communication.
Forms of Communication
- Create appropriate forms of communication to meet the needs of a given audience.
Adapting Messages to Fit the Audience
- Explain how adapting the message to the audience affects business communication.
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