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    The Importance of Communication in Non-profit, for-profit, and Public Sectors

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    As a non-profit organization, how does communication differ from that with for-profit and public organization? What are the different communication needs of public, for-profit, and non-profit organizations? Are there any barriers between the different types of organizations?

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    Nonprofit organizations are based on a benevolent cause or an environmental need; for-profit companies operate with a focus on income generation for investors and employees; and public organizations exist with a public purpose, e.g. government entities that serve a population. Communication styles for each entity vary, which is witnessed through its establishment.

    Communication in the non-profit sector is successful when an organization's purpose creates an effect, impact, or a reaction. For instance, a child-abuse organization could benefit through the impact it has on a person who may have witnessed child abuse ...

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    A perspective about the importance of communication in the non-profit, for-profit, and public sectors are discussed.