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    |Unit number and title | |BTEC National Business |Unit 4 Business Communications. | |Learner name | Assessor name

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    1.2 - Describe the communication requirements of different audiences In a business environment communication needs to be adjusted and adapted depending on the different audience and situation. This is determined by decided which communication method is best suited for the situation whether it be written or verbal. The different requirements that might need to be adjusted for could include age, ethnicity and special needs. For example, younger audiences might have shorter attention spans and get bored

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    largest contributor to success in the business world stems directly from communication. However, the same is also true of failure in business. If you fumble a presentation to a potential client, you may very well never see them again. While in other fields trial and error will help you succeed, it is much more difficult to come back from a botched meeting. That is why it is important to identify the barriers in communication. What practices in communication cause miscommunication or bad first impressions

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    Business Communication M1

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    M1 Business Communication INTRODUCTION In P1 I talked about types of communications used by Asda and these are Verbal, written, on- screen. In this task I am going to show you the advantages and disadvantages of each type of communication referring it to my chosen company and that is Asda. ADVANTAGES OF VERBAL/ORAL Oral communication or speech is often the preferred medium to exchange information in in informal situations since it provides a number of immediate benefits when attempting to pitch

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    Business Communication Introduction Communication process involves exchange of information between the sender and the receiver. The sender transmits a message while the receiver decodes the message sent (Innis, 1950). The key elements of myriad communication models are: the sender, the receiver, the message, the channel or the medium through which the message is conveyed, the context, noise/interference, and feedback (Dimbleby & Burton, 1998). Communication will be considered effective when the

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    Communication is define as “Two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange (encode-decode) information, news, ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning. In general, communication is a means of connecting people or places. In business, it is a key function of management--an organization cannot operate without communication between levels, departments and employees” One of the main purposes of communication in business is the flow of information

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    Research Study on Effective Business Communication At American Express Financial Centre TABLE OF TABLE Table 1: Recruitment Methods 13 Table 2: Forms of written communication 15 Table 3: Formal Meetings 15 Table 4: External Communications 16 Table 5: Informal channels of communication 21 TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENT 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 6 LITERATURE REVIEW 6 PROBLEM OF STUDY 7 OBJECTIVE OF STUDY 7 KEY TERMS 8 BRIEF OUTLINE

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    THE IMPORTANCE OF WRITING SKILLS IN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS: HOW AND WHY TO IMPROVE EMPLOYEES' WRITING Abstract This essay describes how poorly written communication can lead to misunderstanding and a possible loss of business. Through this paper the author wants to persuade the employer to sponsor a workshop for all employees to improve their writing skills, to increase business communications and to avoid arguments through poor communication. This paper demonstrates the effectiveness of

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    A large part of business communication hinges on the recipient's understanding of the source's message. Many times, business communication is misunderstood, partially understood, and even completely misunderstood because it lacks certain elements, Among these are clarity, conciseness, arrangement, credibility, expectation. If a message is lacking in just one of these elements, the message may simply be disregarded as unprofessional, and the source's intentions my also be disregarded, possibly resulting

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    Role of Communication in Business

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    Understanding the communication process in managerial position is very important. It guides the communicator in conveying the right message to the right recipient. The mode of communication determines the content of information channelled, and where the managers feel that the information is urgent; they will opt for the right means of communicating. According to the case study in consideration, effective communication leads to positive outcomes from the employees work. It boosts the loyalty displayed

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