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Messages: types and situations

Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a positive or informative message.

Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a negative message.

Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a persuasive message.

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I have outlined a message for each category. You will want to do your own revisions and make sure they meet all the requirements of the message type.

1. Dan has one a prestigious award for creating methods that improve operations and costs for the corporation.
To: All
It is our pleasure to inform all of you that our own Daniel Warren has been awarded the highest award from the Sims Corporation, Operations Blue Ribbons. We are proud that his work was developed and refined in our own plant, working with colleagues here to improve the processes and methods for cost reduction. His concern for possible layoffs for fellow workers was one impetus for his work. Also, he considered that better communication and technology would greatly improve the product time line. His flow chart design was implemented and costs were improved so much a planned plant audit was postponed.

Daniel has been with the company, working in quality control, for seven years after transferring from the East African vendor for copper resources, Pen Copper. He is currently the ...

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Different types of messages and the reasons why one would use that type of message.

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