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Ch 1: Communication in Management

About This Chapter

With this compilation of lessons and assessments, your managerial employees will be able to improve their understanding of the role communication has in management and the importance of effective communication in management.

Communication in Management - Chapter Summary

This chapter highlights the importance of managerial communication, as well as a few of the things that make managerial communications effective. Have your managerial employees complete the lessons of this chapter to review:

  • Processes of communications
  • Effective/alternative communications
  • Importance of communication in management
  • Downward, upward, horizontal and informal communication
  • Four areas of business etiquette

After these lessons, your employees can take the quizzes that come with them to discover topics they may not understand and then return to the lessons to improve their understanding of those topics. These lessons and assessments can be completed on any internet-ready mobile device so that your employees do not have to limit their time working on them to their time at a desk.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: These lessons will help managerial employees become more aware of the importance of effective communications in the workplace.
  • Improves managerial communications: With these lessons managerial employees will be able to identify ways to improve their communications skills.
  • Enhances professionalism: A key to improving managerial communications is understanding professional communication, which can have other benefits for the company.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, managerial employees will be able to:

  • Use efficient ways of communication
  • Identify why managerial communication is important
  • Follow business etiquette and communicate in a professional manner

6 Lessons in Chapter 1: Communication in Management
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The Communication Process

1. The Communication Process

This lesson describes the process of communication. Terms such as sender, receiver, channel, encoding, decoding, noise, and feedback will be defined and explained with examples.

What is Efficient Communication? - Definition & Skills

2. What is Efficient Communication? - Definition & Skills

In this lesson, you will learn what is efficient communication and how it can be mastered in business. While efficient usually means brief, this lesson will also address an alternative way that a message can be delivered if brevity is not suitable.

Managerial Communication

3. Managerial Communication

This lesson discusses the role of communication for management by detailing the various functions it facilitates. Why do managers need to be able to communicate well? What are the challenges in that process?

Organizational Communication

4. Organizational Communication

If you've ever had a job, you likely understand that there are different ways to communicate with colleagues and employers. This lesson describes the role of organizational communication in the workplace while defining terms such as downward, upward, horizontal and informal communication.

Business Etiquette In the Workplace and Beyond

5. Business Etiquette In the Workplace and Beyond

The proper business etiquette is very important for workers to observe in order to create a professional workplace. There are four specific areas of business etiquette that provides a basic framework for a successful company.

Practical Application: Effective Workplace Communication Scenarios

6. Practical Application: Effective Workplace Communication Scenarios

Working with others requires engaging in effective communication. But how can leaders make sure their communication is effective? These scenarios will help you hone your communication skills and use the five elements of effective communication.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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