Guide to Managerial Communication

Required Resources

Munter, M. & Hamilton, L. (2014). Guide to Managerial Communication (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.

Booher, D. (2003). Speak with Confidence! Powerful Presentations that Inform, Inspire and Persuade. New York, NY: McGraw Hill.

COM 510


“Practice and Feedback” Please respond to the following:

Part 1: Complete your first draft of the written message (Assignment 2) and submit to the Discussion Board for peer review.

Part 2: Review another student’s work and provide constructive feedback.

For your third required posting bring in research, new ideas, or reply to your prof/classmates. Your choice!


“Making Progress” Please respond to the following:

Part 1:

How has your communication changed?

What are you practicing now on a regular basis?

Rate your progress using the following rubric and note how your rating has changed from week 1.

Communication Skill Levels

Novice: You tend to “wing it” when communicating. Your messages seldom achieve your desired goals.

Intermediate: Your communications are sometimes effective, but you lack an established process for communicating (and you aren’t actively testing your methods).

Proficient: You apply some tools and techniques of communications and, while you may do so inconsistently, you are fairly effective when you communicate.

Distinguished: You are considered highly professional. You regularly influence outcomes through communications and you are highly communications-oriented.

Expert: You have extensive experience in business communications, are well-versed in the topic, and can influence goals strategically while driving action with your messaging.

Part 2: How often do you verbally present to others? How do you feel about speaking/presenting in front of groups?

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