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For this assignment, do the following: Create a five-minute narrated presentatio

For this assignment, do the following:
Create a five-minute narrated presentation with bullet points and images summarizing your personal communication efforts and that of the other group members in the previous Group Infographic Assignment: Effective Leadership Communication.
Describe group members’ behaviors according to Bebin’s team roles, along with other pertinent information from the readings materials from this week (attached)
(***this is part two of a group assignment in which we had to create a group infographic depicting the lessons we have learned thus far in regards to strategic communication for leaders. The three topics we included in the infographic were active listening, knowing your audience, and accepting feedback. There were 8 people in the group. We are all geographically separated so the entire collaboration took place in the discussion forum and over Microsoft Teams. Myself and two others seemed to take the lead early on and everyone else quickly started collaborating. There wasnt much conflict as everyone seemed to agree with each other’s ideas. One of the member’s that took the lead in the beginning was assigned as the completer finisher and put all of the input that the rest of us provided into the final product. It was a very seamless effort.***)
This week’s materials:
The attached presentations are supporting materials from Communication Skills for Business Professionals (2nd ed.). Lawson, C., Gill, R., Feekery, A., Witsel, M., Lewis, M., & Cenere, P. (2019).
Presentation: Chapter 6: Working Collaboratively (PPTX)

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Discuss the key aspects of intercultural management and analyze the dimensions o

Discuss the key aspects of intercultural management and analyze the dimensions of the cultural context that affect organizations across cultures.

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Myumgc.edu then students class is communication theory Username: for assigned wr

Myumgc.edu then students class is communication theory
Username: for assigned writer
For this exercise, you will tell your classmates what you learned about the communication theory you researched and why you think it’s the right one for your final project. You should be able to use the material that you develop here in your final project. Before you tackle this exercise, please make sure you have read the Week 3 course materials.

(*Remember, if you are not employed or cannot discuss your workplace, you should be using a communication problem from another organizational setting in which you are involved for your final project, such as school, church, or a community group.)

Objective: This activity is designed to help you synthesize and begin applying what you are learning to your final project. You should be able to use material from your response to help you develop the research question for your final project.

Background: Please begin this exercise by reading the following information carefully.

Activity:

Answer the following questions.

What is the workplace* communication problem that you’re analyzing in your final project? Briefly describe it.
What is the name of the communication theory that you think applies to your workplace communication problem and what is its goal (to predict, explain, change, or understand a phenomenon)?
To which of the seven communication traditions does this theory’s field of study belong? Explain the tradition and why this theory belongs in that category.
Which of the communication contexts does the theory address? Explain the context and why this theory belongs in that category.
Does the theory seek to answer questions of ontology, epistemology, or axiology about the nature of reality? Define the term as part of your answer.
In your own words, summarize your theory. Make sure to include an explanation of its assumptions (primary axioms).
What kinds of communication problems can this theory be used to investigate? Explain and provide examples that will show us why this theory is relevant to your workplace communication problem.
Make sure to connect your ideas to course content, using American Psychological Association-style references. If you are unfamiliar with that reference style, you can find examples at the following link: APA 7th Edition Citation Examples: General Rules

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For this assignment, do the following: Create a five-minute narrated presentatio

For this assignment, do the following:
Create a five-minute narrated presentation with bullet points and images summarizing your personal communication efforts and that of the other group members in the previous Group Infographic Assignment: Effective Leadership Communication.
Describe group members’ behaviors according to Bebin’s team roles, along with other pertinent information from the readings materials from this week (attached)
(***this is part two of a group assignment in which we had to create a group infographic depicting the lessons we have learned thus far in regards to strategic communication for leaders. The three topics we included in the infographic were active listening, knowing your audience, and accepting feedback. There were 8 people in the group. We are all geographically separated so the entire collaboration took place in the discussion forum and over Microsoft Teams. Myself and two others seemed to take the lead early on and everyone else quickly started collaborating. There wasnt much conflict as everyone seemed to agree with each other’s ideas. One of the member’s that took the lead in the beginning was assigned as the completer finisher and put all of the input that the rest of us provided into the final product. It was a very seamless effort.***)
This week’s materials:
The attached presentations are supporting materials from Communication Skills for Business Professionals (2nd ed.). Lawson, C., Gill, R., Feekery, A., Witsel, M., Lewis, M., & Cenere, P. (2019).
Presentation: Chapter 6: Working Collaboratively (PPTX)

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Request Type Project Class Subject Comunication Studies ( Speech) Due Date 01-24

Request Type
Project
Class Subject
Comunication Studies ( Speech)
Due Date
01-24-2023 at 11:00pm
Descriiption
TOPIC:
Title – Celebrities in the 1980’s
Organizational pattern of information – Topical
Main point #1 – Madonna
Main point #2 – Prince
Main point #3 – Michael Jackson
Also please see attached documents. I will be doing the vocal presentation. I just need the outine and powerpoint slides set up!
This is a (5-6 min) researched presentation.
You need at least 4 sources.
Please be advised that I will use a plagiarism software for your outline and PowerPoint slides.
The outline format is the same as the Briefing speech. This speech has 3 main points and 2 sub-points for each main point.
Here’s how to go about it:
Use the topic category list posted below for options. You may also select a category that is not on the list.
Select a category that is interesting to you and pick a topic related to that category. Post your topic and 3 main points in Discussions by the deadline so no one else selects it – check other student’s topics so you don’t select theirs. Not posting your topic by the deadline, means that you’re opting out of this assignment and will receive a zero grade.
Requirements for the submitted outline:
Must follow the formatting provided on the attached file (correct numerals, indents, and alignments). Must not include the hints I wrote to help you.
Must have parenthetical in-text citations for ALL the main points AND subpoints. DO NOT substitute URLs for parenthetical in-text citations.
Must contain a reference page. Using a URL (instead of making an in-text citation or reference) is unacceptable and will not earn the assigned points. URLs are NOT the same as creating in-text citations or references.
Submit your typed full-sentence outline as a PDF file.
Requirements for the submitted PPT:
PPT slides should follow the same organizational format as your outline starting with the introductions.
Slides must include parenthetical in-text citations and a reference slide. DO NOT substitute URLs for parenthetical in-text citations.
I’ve attached an example of how to create a PPT slide from research found online. I’ve also attached sample slides for the organization of your PPT and a PPT template to use as a guide.
PPT slides MUST have lots of pictures, at least one picture for each main and sub-points (to be accepted for grading) and keywords. Font size should be 24 pt or larger.
PPT slides that only have the outline information pasted WITHOUT relevant pictures, do NOT meet the requirements, and will result in a zero grade for the assignment.
PPT file must have a reference slide.
Submit your PPT file (NOT a PDF file).

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Discuss the key aspects of intercultural management and analyze the dimensions o

Discuss the key aspects of intercultural management and analyze the dimensions of the cultural context that affect organizations across cultures.

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Instructions Work on the questions below and save answers to a Word/text documen

Instructions
Work on the questions below and save answers to a Word/text document (save to your PC).
Answer in a specific manner by making specific connections between this week’s assigned readings/ videos and your reflection. Please add in-text citations and/or reference(s) when necessary. THE NECESSARY READINGS WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE ATTACHMENTS AND BELOW IN THE FORM OF LINKS. PLEASE ONLY USE THOSE SOURCES.
1. BBC Documentary – How Art Made The World 2 of 5 – The Day Pictures Were

2.https://brookspsychology.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/creativity-mihaly-csikszentmihalyi.pdf#page1506
3.Dr Nigel Spivey cave art 1

4. Do schools kill creativity?https://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_do_schools_kill_creativity?language=en
Reading Questions
1. Why does Ken Robinson believe Art is less valued in our education system than subjects like Math and Science? Do you agree? Why/Why not?
2. Ken Robinson and Csiksentmihalyi talk about (in different ways) the role of the body and movement in facilitating creativity:
a) What do they specifically say?
b) Does bodily movement affect creativity in your experience?
3. Csikszentmihalyi describes some forms of entertainment as keeping us from creativity (bottom of p 348).
a) What is his argument? Do you agree?
b) Can forms of entertainment also encourage creativity?
c) What role does a person’s environment have on creativity? Give examples.

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Instructions Work on the questions below and save answers to a Word/text documen

Instructions
Work on the questions below and save answers to a Word/text document (save to your PC).
Answer in a specific manner by making specific connections between this week’s assigned readings/ videos and your reflection. Please add in-text citations and/or reference(s) when necessary. THE NECESSARY READINGS WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE ATTACHMENTS AND BELOW IN THE FORM OF LINKS. PLEASE ONLY USE THOSE SOURCES.
1. BBC Documentary – How Art Made The World 2 of 5 – The Day Pictures Were

2.https://brookspsychology.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/creativity-mihaly-csikszentmihalyi.pdf#page1506
3.Dr Nigel Spivey cave art 1

4. Do schools kill creativity?https://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_do_schools_kill_creativity?language=en
Reading Questions
1. Why does Ken Robinson believe Art is less valued in our education system than subjects like Math and Science? Do you agree? Why/Why not?
2. Ken Robinson and Csiksentmihalyi talk about (in different ways) the role of the body and movement in facilitating creativity:
a) What do they specifically say?
b) Does bodily movement affect creativity in your experience?
3. Csikszentmihalyi describes some forms of entertainment as keeping us from creativity (bottom of p 348).
a) What is his argument? Do you agree?
b) Can forms of entertainment also encourage creativity?
c) What role does a person’s environment have on creativity? Give examples.

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This is a graded discussion: 100 points are possible due Jan 26 This module we

This is a graded discussion: 100 points are possible
due Jan 26
This module we will review concepts related to the promotional mix, budgeting for IMC and market segmentation. Each prompt for this module will explore various aspects of these concepts and help you identify, define, discuss and describe the importance of these concepts as they relate to IMC campaign development. This module will also help you as you begin planning for your research assignment and research project.
Question 1 – Ch. 1. Belch and Belch provide definitions for each element within the promotional mix (advertising, direct marketing, digital/internet marketing, sales promotion, publicity/public relations, personal selling). Please paraphrase and cite each definition. Then explain, compare, and contrast each element with each other. Where do the elements overlap? How do they differ? If it’s easier, after you paraphrase each element, feel free to make your own chart to explain where these elements overlap, and how they differ. If you make a chart, please make sure you explain how it works so it is easy to follow.
Question 2 – Ch. 1. Let’s say, hypothetically, a local car dealer has reached out to you and asked “What should I expect to spend on marketing this next quarter? I know paid media includes television, radio, magazines, newspapers, outdoor, direct mail, in-store media, online banner ads, videos, paid search, and social media ads. How much does each tactic cost, and how much should I expect to spend if I implement each option?”. Break down the numbers and give the car dealer a good estimate. Be sure to include a brief descriiption for each implemented tactic (i.e. Outdoor advertisement- any advertisement people see outside of their home- example: 1 Large Billboard Bulletin costs approximately $2000 1 month in Louisville, Ky). Please make sure the information is organized in a way that is easy to read.
(ps- I know the numbers here will vary greatly. I am not expecting you to be a bean counter. No. Instead, the purpose of this question is designed to encourage you to explore the world of paid media, and to identify how much each tactic might cost. You will probably need to contact various distributors for these estimates. It’s good practice to know how much things cost in your local area. This is a step in that direction).
Question 3 – Ch. 2. Figure 2-4 provides some bases for Market Segmentation, including segmentation variables and typical breakdown examples. Use this figure as a guide to develop your own market segmentation analysis of your hometown. It might prove useful if you place this information in a chart. Once you have answered questions related to each segmentation variable, please select a digital ad and use the research you collected for this question to identify who the ad is supposedly targeting. Use information from the selected ad and your research to justify your answer.
TEXTBOOK: Advertising and Promotion (Looseleaf) 12TH 21
Author: Belch, George
ISBN-13: 978-1-264-07506-5
ISBN-10: 1-264-07506-5
Edition/Copyright: 12TH 21
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

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This is a graded discussion: 100 points are possible due Jan 26 This module we

This is a graded discussion: 100 points are possible
due Jan 26
This module we will review concepts related to the promotional mix, budgeting for IMC and market segmentation. Each prompt for this module will explore various aspects of these concepts and help you identify, define, discuss and describe the importance of these concepts as they relate to IMC campaign development. This module will also help you as you begin planning for your research assignment and research project.
Question 1 – Ch. 1. Belch and Belch provide definitions for each element within the promotional mix (advertising, direct marketing, digital/internet marketing, sales promotion, publicity/public relations, personal selling). Please paraphrase and cite each definition. Then explain, compare, and contrast each element with each other. Where do the elements overlap? How do they differ? If it’s easier, after you paraphrase each element, feel free to make your own chart to explain where these elements overlap, and how they differ. If you make a chart, please make sure you explain how it works so it is easy to follow.
Question 2 – Ch. 1. Let’s say, hypothetically, a local car dealer has reached out to you and asked “What should I expect to spend on marketing this next quarter? I know paid media includes television, radio, magazines, newspapers, outdoor, direct mail, in-store media, online banner ads, videos, paid search, and social media ads. How much does each tactic cost, and how much should I expect to spend if I implement each option?”. Break down the numbers and give the car dealer a good estimate. Be sure to include a brief descriiption for each implemented tactic (i.e. Outdoor advertisement- any advertisement people see outside of their home- example: 1 Large Billboard Bulletin costs approximately $2000 1 month in Louisville, Ky). Please make sure the information is organized in a way that is easy to read.
(ps- I know the numbers here will vary greatly. I am not expecting you to be a bean counter. No. Instead, the purpose of this question is designed to encourage you to explore the world of paid media, and to identify how much each tactic might cost. You will probably need to contact various distributors for these estimates. It’s good practice to know how much things cost in your local area. This is a step in that direction).
Question 3 – Ch. 2. Figure 2-4 provides some bases for Market Segmentation, including segmentation variables and typical breakdown examples. Use this figure as a guide to develop your own market segmentation analysis of your hometown. It might prove useful if you place this information in a chart. Once you have answered questions related to each segmentation variable, please select a digital ad and use the research you collected for this question to identify who the ad is supposedly targeting. Use information from the selected ad and your research to justify your answer.
TEXTBOOK: Advertising and Promotion (Looseleaf) 12TH 21
Author: Belch, George
ISBN-13: 978-1-264-07506-5
ISBN-10: 1-264-07506-5
Edition/Copyright: 12TH 21
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company