Why are team communication skills so important in today?s workplace?

Instructions
1. Read ? p. 69- Why Does It Matter?
2. Think about your own team experiences (academic and/or workplace) in terms of: writing/individual and team, delivering presentations, handling difficult conversations and other principals of team communication.
3. Reminder- Make sure to read/review all applicable chapters, e.g. 3, 5,6,9,*10 before drafting the document.
After reading/ reviewing course materials, assignments (written/presentations- individual and team) and journal articles within your declared major, draft a two-page persuasive message in expanded letter format. Include in the body one in-text citation (APA format) from one of the journal articles reviewed within your declared major. Do Not use the course textbook as a citation /secondary source/reference.
Please note- It is applicable to use findings/examples from primary research such as ?experiences ? with this course projects or issues faced in the real-world of business. *Remember as outlined in ch/10 – limit use of the I-voice and focus on the impersonal voice. Answer the following question.
Question ? Why are team communication skills so important in today?s workplace?

Provide specific reasons to support your key points. Examples include but are NOT limited to: what does it mean to embrace team diversity (talent, cultures, etc.) in the context of communicating when conducting global business, OR explain the impacts of emotional hijacking in terms of communicating during a team project, OR explain barriers to effective (online) team communication with strategies to improve (online) team communication.

WHY DOES THIS MATTER?

Presentations have many purposes. including promoting a new business or
idea. reporting on the status of proj ects or product performance. helping
management and employees stay informed about business policies. or selling
product or service. Presentations give you opportunities to connect deeply
with your audiences and convey and control your messages carefully.
Presentations place a spotlight on you and allow you to maintain and even
build your credibility. When you clearly know what you?re talking about.
audiences judge you as competent. When you show that you are interested in
the needs of your audience. they judge you as caring. When you offer your
views honestly and transparently. audiences judge you as having character.
Although speaking is a normal part of every day for you. making business
presentations is not necessarily automatic or natural. As speech expert Thoma
Leech explained. ?Developing proficiency in oral communications doesn?t
occur automatically. The ability to speak may have come much as did walking
and breathing. but speaking well to groups is another matter.”1 As you read
this chapter. identify the areas that will help you mo st in developing your
presentation skills. This chapter focuses on planning your content. The next
one focuses on delivering that content effectively.

Read the chapter case about Latisha Jackson and her plans to develop a
presentation about transitioning fiom annual performance reviews to
continuous reviews.

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