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SDSURWS 290R.MichenerFall

RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Interpersonal Communication, Nonverbal Communication, Active Listening

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Interpersonal communication process - process of sending and receiving verbal and nonverbal messages between two or more people. Involves the exchange
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SDSURWS 290R.MichenerFall

RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Project Manager

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Someone who plays a specific role on a team by keeping the project on course. Primary responsibility is to track the status of the project and to ensur
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Business Communication

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Writing effective business messages involves a process, one that involves examining, developing, and refining business ideas in a way that provides bus
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: The Takeaway, Communication, Prezi

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You will analyze your audience to make sure you"re addressing audience members" needs and speaking to them in the way that is most appealing and easy t
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Cover Letter, Telling Stories, Vanity Domain

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Applying the aim planning process to r sum s and cover letters. Preparing for job application process involves analyzing your audience, gathering the r
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RWS 290 Chapter 6: RWS 290 (Business Writing and Rhetoric) Cardon Chapter 6

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Your goal of completeness means that your message provides all the information necessary to meet that purpose. Key to providing all but only relevant i
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SDSURWS 290R.MichenerFall

RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Business Ethics, Takers

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The trust extended by the general public to business executives is far lower than the trust extended to members of other selected professions. 85% of s
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Simultaneous Editing, Revised Version

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Developing a culture in which constructive feedback is encouraged. Build revision and feedback into the task schedule. Decide on a revision process and
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Gantt Chart, Bar Chart, Project Manager

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First step is to brainstorm the major tasks that the team will have to perform. Concentrate on making sure all parts of the project are covered. Task l
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RWS 290 Chapter 1: RWS 290 (Business Writing and Rhetoric) Wolfe Chapter 1

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Group projects are assigned in school for two reasons: To prepare students for the workplace by providing opportunities to learn the social and organiz
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RWS 290 Chapter 3: RWS 290 (Business Writing and Rhetoric) Wolfe Chapter 3

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The team charter: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Team that spends an hour at the very beginning of the project discussing goals, expe
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RWS 290 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Proof, Pole And Polar, Rhetorical Question

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Importance of credibility in an era of mistrust and skepticism. Persuasion - implies that you are communication with some who does not think or feel th
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