I need a help on making this letter more formal and organize with better word and sentences. This is more like feedback letter regarding disagreement about my peers comments towards my manager.
Just want to let you know that I did not like the way that my Lead (Co-worker) provide my feedback to my manager on today's meeting.
As you know he make a comment directly to you that "I am just mumbling in 1 report for a month".
It is important for me that you understand that I am not just mumbling in 1 report for a month.
I would like to highlight the list of things that I am working on Jul/Aug time frame.
I would like to provide more feedback on our next 1:1 so we can define the process which helps me to improve going forward.
New Report Development
SDR Detail Reports
6 Primary & Specialty Care Monday Reports
6 Primary & Specialty Care Prompt Reports
4 Summary Reports
Total of 16 new reports which include development and testing.
Cognos platform Migration Silver Spring to NAPA - Taking lead role and making sure it will be done on time
This include creating RFC/Communication with SAE/user credential clean up/Reports, Packages, data source connection testing.
Actively involve in SDR Design/ETL and helping them however by doing testing and validation.
Worked on weekend and afterhours when there is an issue.
Provide data extract for Christy team so Tim and Steve can validate the data and helping them answering questions when needed.
SDR Average Calculation - About this new changes we found out that the way we calculating the average was unclear from the requirement doc/mock up/Tim Demo and Steve vs Tim Cal
so we decided to wait for Mark's feedback which one we suppose to follow; once its clear all we need to put the calculation in place.
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The feedback letters regarding a manager are provided.
Basic Communication Model: analyze selected messages; respond effectively
A Basic Communications Model
The Basic Communications Model is the starting point for analyzing the communications process in terms of the intent of the sender, the needs of the receiver, and the elements of the communications environment.
Use the model as your starting point when analyzing messages in your assignments.
The communications model above shows the basic components present in a simple two-way exchange of information. Every communication, whether it is real-time, such as with a face-to-face meeting or a telephone conversation, or asynchronous, as with e-mail and fax, involves the following:
? The environment in which the communication takes place
? A sender or encoder who starts with a purpose
? A message created to accomplish the purpose through the following:
o Content, or the words and images
o Media, or the format in which the content is presented, such as audio, text, video, or multimedia
? Technology, which is made up of the following:
o Encoding and presentation tools
o Channels, or data networks appropriate to that technology
? Noise, which is anything that reduces the likelihood of the message being interpreted the way the sender intended
? A receiver or decoder who interprets the message
? A feedback message that reverses the process
Note. A more advanced communication model would consider multiple parties, the different types of each component, and the perceptual filtering of a message done by both the sender and receiver-the characteristics, thoughts, and emotions of all parties that contribute to the message's formation and interpretation.
Utilizing the above basic communication model, please assist with the following question
Select three business-related messages you have sent or received.
? Analyze these messages using the communication process. The analysis should include the following:
o Descriptions of the purpose, sender, receiver, message, environment, technology, noise, and feedback
o Explanations of whether the message and technology were appropriate given the environment and purpose
? Respond to one of these messages. Use direct, effective writing techniques.
? Explain how the content, media, and technology of the feedback are appropriate for the purpose and audience.
? Compose a paper that includes your messages, analyses, response, and rationale.
? Format your paper according to APA standards.