Internally, it may be necessary to communicate persuasively to a boss, peer, or subordinate. 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.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com December 20, 2018, 11:08 am ad1c9bdddf
Communication is different depending on the audience and this includes communication with a superior, a peer and a subordinate. The nature of the communication, the way in which communication is approached and the decision making that goes into the preparation for the communication differs with each party. Below are the details on each audience including examples for each?
Boss Communication - When communicating with a superior such as a boss, it is important to do so effectively, concisely and in an organized manner. The language used throughout the communication with a superior is key. "When speaking to your boss, use qualifying words, such as 'perhaps' and 'maybe,' rather than absolute words, such as 'always,' 'every,' 'all the time' and 'never' (Denver.gov, 2013, para 5). Preparation is also very important ...
The internal communications for boss, peer or subordinates. The use of resources to support the key points are given.