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  • Successful Communication Among Staff Members
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    Communication Processes Communication occupies up to 75% of every working day and can occur in verbal and non-verbal means (Fred Pryor, 2005). In order for an organization to be successful, it must demonstrate successful communication among staff members. Communication is considered to be successful when the desired objective is attained. All communication has a purpose, whether to inform, to convince or to serve some other purpose; communication is what ties all departments within an organizati...
  • Patron And The Employee In Order
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    Although there are several problems that can diminish the effectiveness of interpersonal communication, some tactics can be used in order to minimize these failures in communication. A recent visit to a hotel sparked a perfect example of this communication opportunity between a patron and the hotel's front desk employee. First of all, the history of the confrontation between the patron and the hotel's front desk employee was clouded with expectations and assumptions. For example, the patron made...
  • Consistent Communications Within The Organization
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    After the forum we saw little pockets where some of the leaders did try to implement changes based on the change model presented at the forum. What we found was everyone within our organization is definitely a boss watcher. Employees made ongoing appraisals about what they saw as really being important in the company by observing their bosses, which projects were receiving funding, and which employees were being recognized. The outcome for the leadership forum change model, was small change with...
  • Responsibilities Of The Workload With Employees
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    "Even the best ideas are of small value unless communicated well". People write in response to situations that call on them to put their thoughts and feelings into words. For example, a boss may ask an employee to write a report on how to market a new product line or the company for which an employee works is requesting assistance in designing a home page on the World Wide Web. In a labor force full of mediocre writers, someone who writes well is bound to stand out and succeed, while someone who...
  • Need For Merger Communication
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    SITUATION Four large US telephone providers merged to create a national wireless service. With a combined workforce of more than 30,000, the new company needed a communication platform to integrate its four business units. To quell the rumor mill and sustain productivity, it was important to keep employees abreast of breaking news about integration plans, customer and staffing issues, partner companies, public news releases, and changes to organization design and HR programs. SOLUTION This probl...
  • Employees Communication Skills 3
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    Ch 8 The functions of communication in organization are: 1. Share information, instructions 2. Share feeling and emotion 3. Central and co-coordinated efforts 4. Motivate employee 5. Interact with other stackholdersOrganizations success or failure is often the direct result of: 1. Company's communication philosophies 2. Employees' communication skills 3. Quantity of communication that is within the org nation 4. Environment of trust and effort Supportive communication: A person who communicate a...
  • Successful Crisis Communications Strategies
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    Crisis communication is the most important aspect of external and internal organization communication. This type of communication ranges from image restoration campaigns to employee turnover. In the articles that I have analyzed, I discovered many examples of crisis communications and its importance. I will discuss the Bridgestone-Firestone Corporation's image restoration campaign and explain Benoit's theory of image restoration. Also, I will discuss how crisis communications fits into public re...
  • Effects Of Good And Bad Communication
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    Group Paper An Employer Can Create a Climate of Support Through Communication". Did you hear the latest rumor?" Jeff said to Sally. "No, what's going around now?" said Sally. "Remember all the big wigs that were here last week from out of town? Well, I heard from Jack on third shift that they were here to seal the deal on buying the company. He heard that they " re from some big company down south and their real big on bringing in their own people. You know what the means."Yeah", said Sally, "bu...
  • Flow Of Communication In An Organization
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    In all the different places I have worked there has always been a dress policy. In the Army we wore BDU'S and I always had to have my hair up. When I started working as a CNA again I had to ware a uniform "Scrubs" and there again they liked are hair to be up. I think in every job setting there should be a dress code for one it will distinguish you from everyone else and it lets the employees respect their job. Language had never been a real big problem to have to censor in the jobs that I have h...
  • Widely Diverse Group Of Employees
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    Managerial Philosophy Statement There are a wide variety of characteristics that a supervisor should possess to run a department with high productivity. Effective communication, respect, and recognition of a job well done are these important characteristics. Supervisors must guide their employees in all of these areas to decrease the daily challenges of a diverse world. Supervisors should have good communication skills using clear, proper language, repeating by performance, and by making sure th...
  • Written Communication To Our Clients
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    Included in this package is the following info. Please iss the corr esd we spot at. Did you understand these sentences? Probably, but that is not the point. The point is that the sentence is not grammatically correct and problems may follow with the intended party of this memo. In today's marketplace computer skills are the norm, but many of today's workers do not possess professional academic writing skills. A workshop would enhance and improve writing skills necessary to strengthen the quality...
  • Information To Our Employees
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    My paper will talk about the communication in our department and company wide. The next topic my paper will talk about is culture that exists in our organization for safety in the workplace and home. Then we will move into a process that our company have which address conflict in the workplace. Finally, the technology enhancements that we have changed to improve our process, address customers concerns, and automation of some of our service we offer to our customers, which include our meter readi...
  • Safety Culture For Our Employees
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    Brad Wisdom IN DM 5043 Nov 23, 2004 Safety in the Global Workplace Introduction Advierta este paper entr ar'a en llamas en die segundo's! If you can read Spanish you might have already dropped this paper. However, if you cannot, let me translate the first line for you. It reads... ". Caution, this paper will burst into flames in ten seconds!" Imagine yourself as a foreigner working in a country without being able to speak or read the language. Many foreign workers are too embarrassed or afraid o...
  • Most Effective Communication
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    "Communication is not only the essence of being human, but also a vital property of life. ". Language was the first success he had for expressing his feelings and thoughts to others. Today, we are fighting the same struggle, but for the betterment of communication. The research topic these days is the media of communication. We have advanced to the level where communication between two distant places, is as easy as speaking. Besides being able to communicate worldwide, communication has become o...
  • People With Good Communication Skills
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    Abstract Communication is the process in which data is sent from a source to an intended audience with a meaning perceived by the receiver. Communication is vital if a company wants to survive. Without communication there will be no work getting accomplished and chaos will reign in the workplace. Communication at work, at home and in the community is essential for leading a full and satisfying life. People with good communication skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening have the basic ...
  • Receiver's Interpretation Of The Sender's Message
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    Organizational Behavior Cost - Cutting Humor at Bear, Stearns A manager has the responsibility of working with and through diverse groups of people efficiently and ethically to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Effective management utilizes a multitude of skills to accomplish this objective. There are eleven of managerial skill profile behavior categories exhibited by effective managers, according to material extracted from C. Wilson, "Identify Needs with Cost in Mind", Training and d...
  • Lack Of Communication The Problem
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    Case Study 1: Lack of Communication The problem we identified is a lack of communication regarding changes in responsibilities within associate positions in turn effecting customer responses. Changes are not communicated to the people who are affected most by the changes. How we identified the problem: When an employee goes to a designated employee who is in charge of a certain account, the designated employee says, "I do not do that account anymore". Now the new mission is who "does" this accou...
  • Communication Programs
    432 words
    counterparts regularly win awards for excellence and receive high ratings from employees in communications surveys. "Twice a year the company ties together its public address systems worldwide to announce its financial results, and its cash profits-sharing percentage to all employees (Brad Whitworth, "Proof at last. (effectiveness of employee communication programs) " Communication World, Dec 1990: 28)". Through an extensive satellite teleconferencing network HP introduces new product and progra...
  • Communication Issues Between Locations And Employees
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    In any business, the process of communication is a vital part of internal company awareness and organization. When communication channels are interrupted or even broken, employee production can be affected, resulting in the loss of time and most importantly money. In recent years Bingham Equipment Company has grown and expanded throughout the state with the addition of new facilities and locations. With the recent expansions, new problems have surfaced concerning communication issues between loc...
  • Community Development Center At Rockdale
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    Inland Nation Bank had just obtained the Home Saving Bank. Senior management was reorganizing and consoli ding local branches of the bank. INB had a good reputation for community involvement and financial performance. The decision to reoranganize the bank's branches made good economic sense. Amy miller, manager of community affairs at INB, was having problems reorganizing the bank's branches. She was concerned about two branches, the Rockdale Branch and the North Madison Branch in her district t...

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