"Sierra's Theory of Communicativity."
How much is communication valued in your organization?
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Communication is valued immensely within my organization. For example, we have a room in which we can provide ideas for improvement, or can use notes to put in a drop box in order to make sure that management is aware of what needs changed. This is especially true at the YMCA, where I conducted a study at for school. The people that work there feel comfortable around there supervisors, so they in turn are able to let them know that this is what they believed needs changed. In fact, I learned that they were one step ahead of me on what needed changed before I mentioned it to them. I would have to say that this is the case for every organization, but a lot of it depends on leadership ...
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Research About Effective Internal Communication Techniques
You will practice effective internal communication. Research about effective internal communication techniques to different audience groups, and in particular to new recruits.
You have been given the task of effectively communicating the organization's mission, vision, and values to the new employees in your organization during new employee orientation. Your goal is to make sure that the employees understand what the organization's mission, vision, and values are, as well as how they each fit into achieving the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
You want to make sure that this is something they will not forget soon, as it needs to be in their minds when they are working for the organization.
Based on the scenario, complete the following tasks:
• Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to go along with your oral presentation to the new employees. In your presentation, make sure that you have placed the oral part of the presentation into the Notes area of each slide. This will be your "script."
• In addition, create a handout for the employees in a Microsoft Word document so they have something to take with them to remind them of what they learned.
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