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Communication in a Real Business Environment: Interview, What Communication Skills are Required?
Business Contact Interview
Purpose: To better understand how decision making process actually affect communication in a real business environment.
Assignment: Report on the rules of a specific business with regard to "WHO" is allowed to make decisions, "WHAT" information types and sources are appropriate to use for decision-making, and "HOW" does proper decision-making communication take place. In the interview process you will be looking at verbal and nonverbal cues of the interviewee. Your answers will be will be scored on the basis of
• completeness with respect to all three parts of the question,
• demonstrated understanding of the communication process
• clear discussion of the nonverbal cues of the interviewee
How to accomplish this: Find an individual who is presently employed in business with several years experience in his or her current organization. The person can be someone you know well--a parent or family friend, or a current coworker or supervisor. This should be someone you feel comfortable with, and an ideal person might also work in a career area in which you are interested. You must interview the person face to face and you are welcome to ask as many questions as you like to find your required answers. Some good starter questions are simple: What does it mean to be a “good communicator” in your company, industry and position? What communication skills and abilities are expected of a college-educated, entry-level employee? What communication problems or issues exist in your organization? Can you give an example of a situation in which unwritten rules seemed to have been broken? A list of questions should be prepared ahead of the interview.
At the completion of your interview, prepare a typed summary - at least two pages - that identifies the date, place, and time of your visit and the person you interviewed, along with his/her job title. Then identify the questions you used for the interview and how the person responded. Finally, discuss what you learned about the role and value of communication in the work place from your experience.
Name Course Instructor Date Interview Background The financial planner/ advisor makes decisions to accomplish the financial objectives outlined, but they may consult the department heads to determine the viability of the financial plans. The decisions made focus on the appropriate financial plans, and there is flexibility since the fi