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This course teaches basic communication terms and organization basics. Students will learn how to communicate effectively, motivate employees, overcome communication barriers, develop leadership habits, understand how communication flows within an organization, develop networks, and identify the roles that individuals fulfill in an organization.
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Course activities also cover applying technology to organizational communication, discussing innovation and change, examining how environmental context affects communication, and discussion how power and politics affect an organization. Students will also learn how to manage change, stress, conflict, and empower individuals. The manual is designed for quick scanning in the classroom and filled with interactive exercises that help ensure student success.
*Course Cost listed does not include the cost of courseware or lunch. Course is subject to minimum enrollment. Course may run virtually as a Virtual Instructor-Led (VILT) class if minimum enrollment is not met.
Unit 1: Communication basics Topic A: Effective communication Topic B: Organizational management Topic C: Organization types and characteristics Topic D: Communication flowUnit 2: Leadership and motivation Topic A: Communication and leadership Topic B: Communication and motivationUnit 3: Relational context and organizations Topic A: Relational context Topic B: Relationships and organizationsUnit 4: Technology in the workplace Topic A: Workplace technology Topic B: Impact of technology Topic C: Technology guidelinesUnit 5: Context, stress, and managerial tools Topic A: Environmental context Topic B: Stress and communicationUnit 6: Innovation and change Topic A: Aspects of innovation Topic B: Aspects of changeUnit 7: Power, politics, and diversity Topic A: Power and communication Topic B: Diversity and communication Topic C: Empowerment and communication