Continuing from the previous writing assignment: Please write 5 pages on the subject of professional communications. Include a business proposal to the Board of Directors on how to add education, training, and personal/professional development in an organization to improve Professional Communication. The organization can be an organization you currently work for or one that piques your interest. Locate scholarly, recent, relevant, and external sources to synthesize your thoughts within the proposal. Please include ethical and multicultural implications in your discussion. Make sure the first page of your paper (after the title page) provides an executive summary. Include a title page and reference section. Page count does not include either the title page, executive summary, reference page, or appendices (if applicable) If you use charts, graphs, or tables, include those as Appendices. Your paper should be in APA style citing references as appropriate. Use at least 5 with at least 3 references from journal articles.
Incorporating Education, training and Personal Development in an organization Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation Incorporating Education, training and Personal Development in an organization Executive Summary According to Lukazewski (2006) "the greatest continuing area of weakness in management practice is the human dimension. In good times or bad, there seems to be little real understanding of the relationships between managers, among employees, and interactions between the two. when there are problems, everyone acknowledges that the cause often is a communication problem. So now what?" To answer Lukazewski question, to improve professional communications, the professionals need to be trained and given the opportunities to develop themselves in the organization. Professional communication has been defined as the interactions and communications among the members of the organization. It may be internal or external which is being referred to as internal public relations (Kennan & Hazleton, 2006). According to Deetz (2001) there are two ways of approaching organizational communication. First, as a "phenomenon that exists in organizations," Second, as a "way to describe and explain organizations." Therefore, communication is the central process through which professionals share information, create organizational cultures and values, and create relationships. This process of communication is a combination of human beings, pract