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TITLE: FEW QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU SAY “I DO”
Welcome to Mama’s corner. In this edition we shall be looking at salient, important and vital question that must be asked before saying “I do”.
Mark 10:6-8 (NIV) “At the beginning of creation God made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and they two will become one flesh”.
Why am I getting married? After salvation, walking down the aisle is probably the most important decision you will ever make in your life time because who you marry alter your destiny positively or negatively. Secondly marriage has only one door which is the front door and...
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Contained in the following is an analysis of how to use and write electronic-commerce messages and messages on paper, to communicate directly, indirectly and how to write persuasive messages. Many occupations require you to persuade others to buy-in, participate, support, or sell an idea or product. The receiver of the message must view you as creditable and respect your ideas.
Electronic commerce (e commerce) is synonymous to electronic trailing (e tailing) and electric business (e business). Electronic commerce, electronic trailing, and electric business are the marketing of selling merchandise on the Internet. According to Schappell, D., 2000,...
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I believe that Ntozake Shange’s message in her series of poems was to show how the power of black women is very important to remember and it expresses the struggles and obstacles that African America women face throughout their life. Ntozake also showed that the value of friendship is very important. The bond between the ladies shows that friendships can prove comfort and stability during rough times in their lives. They confront their feelings about race showing that they can still be strong, beautiful women.
The quote, “bein alive and bein a women and bein colored is a metaphysical dilemma, I haven’t conquered yet” (Shange 59), the women is being blatantly honest...
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Keller Graduate School of Management
MGMT-550-16355 Managerial Communication
10 May 2014
A response was created to each of the email messages provided. The writing principles learned in the text were used in responding to the business emails.
Sender: Vialka Gonzalez, Catering Director
To: Thomas Jans, HR Assistant
Subject: Happy Anniversary
Has it been 5 years already? I am glad to say that everything is going well.
I do have some questions regarding my 401k and benefits.
* Am I vested?
* Am I entitled to additional benefits?
* When do they take effect?
Would you be able to sit down with me on...
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OFFICIAL RULES FOR THE “New TOYOTA CAMRY GIVE-AWAY”
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.
INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING
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SWEEPSTAKES PERIOD: The N EW TOYOTA C AM RY GIVE - AW AY
Sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) begins on May 14th , 2012 at 12:01 am EDT and ends on
July 31, 2012 at 11:59 pm EDT (the “Sweepstakes Period”).
HOW TO ENTER: During the Sweepstakes Period, there are two (2) ways to enter: (1)
Online: Visit http://www.theglen.com/Camry/Giveaway and follow the directions
provided to complete the entry form and submit to receive one (1) entry into the
Sweepstakes. All online entries must be submitted by July 31, 2012 at 11:59 pm EDT to
be eligible. (2)...
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University of Phoenix Material
New Hire Communication Worksheet
Select a company you are familiar with. Imagine that you work for the HR department of the company. You are tasked to develop a message to orient new hires to the company culture, process, procedures, and general information.
Compose a message for new hires using the three-step process outlined in Ch. 5 of Business Communication.
Step 1: Prewriting
Review the AIM planning process in Ch. 5 of Business Communication including the “Chapter Takeaway for Creating Effective Messages.”
Analyze the situation described above by answering each of the following questions with 1 to 2 paragraphs:
1. Review the assignment...
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Acct 306 Case Project Summer 2014
On January 1, 2014, NeedMoreRoom, Inc. (NMR) entered into a lease agreement with WeRentSpace, Inc. (WRS) to rent space for its corporate offices. Based on the lease agreement, the lease is properly classified as an operating lease. The lease has a 10-year lease term (expires on December 31, 2023), and there is no option to renew nor is the ability to negotiate for renewal provided in the lease agreement. In addition, the lease agreement contains two provisions that require NMR to incur certain one-time costs at the end of the lease term. The provisions include the following: 1. “Lessor requires the lessee to perform general repairs and maintenance on the...
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CIS 120 Assignment
1. Create a new e-mail message
Start a new message
On the File menu, point to New, and then click Mail Message. Keyboard shortcut: To create a new e-mail message, press CTRL+SHIFT+M. In the Subject box, type the subject of the message.
2. Add recipients
Enter the recipients' names in the To, Cc, or Bcc box. Separate the names with a semicolon (;).
The Bcc: field helps you deal with the problems created by Cc:. As it is the case with Cc:, a copy of the message goes to every single email address appearing in the Bcc: field.
The difference is that neither the Bcc: field itself nor the email addresses in it appear in any of the copies and not in the message sent to...
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June 11, 2012
With the modernization of communication, there are different dialogues in which people can compose messages. These dialogues have certain components that show the importance of the message and try to communicate that importance in an effective way. The wording, sending, and receiving of a message affects the comprehension, and the direct response to the message. This analysis will examine three messages and provide information on the context of the sender’s information. Then evaluate the affect content, media, and technology has on feedback.
Analyzing Three Messages
The first message (Appendix A) is from...
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Communication skills are an important facet of life. Communication skills are essential in all spheres of life. Effective communication skills centers round the usage of words, speed of delivery of words, pitch modulation and body language. Using the right tools to communicate the right messages at the right time carries you towards success.
At interviews for selection right and suitable fresher for executive posts candidate have to satisfied with rich communication skills .Whatever be the recruiting criteria that industry giants had in their agenda the companies were looking for is communication skills of candidates not a first class degree.
To be successful, a person requires an...
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PRINCIPLES OF PROMOTION AND COMMUNICATION
In previous terms, you have been introduced to the first 3 marketing mix, product, price and place. In this term, another important marketing mix, which is promotion, will be introduced to provide a better understanding of how promoting products are done and the necessary elements that should be taken into consideration. It will be such a waste if a company has already set its products and prices but nobody knows about it. The promotional activities done by companies are vital in communicating the company’s product/services to the market.
DEFINITION OF PROMOTION
Promotion is defined as the deliberate strategies or...
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Shayne B. Kendig
May 14, 2012
Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication. Listening and responding is very vital in interpreting the message conveyed. This article contains examples and explanations on how demonstrative communication impacts the meaning of the message effectively or ineffectively.
Communication is sometimes defined as the process of sending and receiving messages (Cheesebro, O’Connor and Rios 2010 p.6). Sending and receiving message is not sufficient enough for effective communication. Consequently, a more accurate definition of communication is a shared...
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Week 2 DQ1
There are a variety of theories of motivation, many of which are complementary. Of the main motivational theories described in the text, which theory or theories do you think would apply most fully to the people you had take the self-assessments? Why?
The motivational theories I believe that would apply to the three people whom I have chosen to take the self assessments are self-efficacy theory, social-learning theory, and expectancy theory. Every one of these individuals are able to be self efficient when performing tasks at work and are able to complete the assignments, which are given to him and her. From the assessment scoring only one of the individuals would complete the...
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The growth of the Internet is unbelievably rapid, more new devices and services coming out generation by generation. Billions and billions of people are using the Internet and thus internet is becoming one of the most essentialities for nowadays people in the whole world. Of the internet services, electronic mail is the most basic and widely-used services. All email users from any location are communicating each other by sending and receiving email messages over the internet for different purposes. However, email is not a secure method of communication.
As email packets have to be routed through many networks over the internet, there grows a large...
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The Chilean mine disaster of 2010 was one of the most riveting stories of the year. Most of this was due to the fact officials worked quickly and effectively in providing necessary supplies to the trapped miners. They put a plan in place and implemented it as needed. They made sure they allowed for open communication between, the miners, families, employees of the company and media at large. Therefore, communications between parties was consistent and transparent, allowing for transparency for the world and reassurance to the miners, families and employees. It is most important to convey the government was concerned first and foremost about the well-being of the miners. Furthermore,...
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Week 2 Knowledge Check Study Guide
Score: 11 / 12
Concept: TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
is characterized by low control.
is characterized by little coordination.
is a rich communication medium
incurs high cost
The Correct Answer is: B.
Concept: PLANNING BUSINESS MESSAGES...
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What is the definition of business communication? Business Communication: communication used to promote a product, service, or organization. Business communication is nothing but, the communication between the people in the organization for the purpose of carrying out the business activities. It may be oral, verbal, written. Why Is Communication Important in a Business? Good communication matters because business organizations are made up of people. As Robert Kent, former dean of Harvard Business School has said, In business, communication is everything.
Communication is important in a business because it conveys messages from one person to another or from one department to another. It...
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Assignment 1.1: Communication Process Model
Directions: Think of a misunderstanding you experienced when communicating with someone else at work, home, or school. Then fill in the blanks of the chart below.
|Who was the sender? | Me (Joe) |
|Who was the receiver? | Co-worker (Dan) |
|What was the message? | The message was to call all members on a list and ask them if they intend to sign up for an |
| |important golf event...
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Chapter 6—Delivering Good- and Neutral-News Messages
1. Which of the following is an advantage of the direct pattern for a good-news message?
a.|The emphasis is on the writer.|
b.|The organization is persuasive and calls for action.|
c.|The receiver gets the details and explanation right away.|
d.|The good news in the first sentence puts receivers in a good frame of mind.|
ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: p. 86 MSC: Remember
2. What should the organization of business messages be based on?
a.|the direct pattern|
b.|the indirect pattern|
c.|the writer’s mood and personality|
d.|a prediction of the receiver’s reaction to the main idea|
ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: p. 90...
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March 24, 2014
XBCOM/275 – W2A1
Communication is a means for a sender to forward information to a receiver. A sender is an individual with a particular message or point they need to convey to one other or several other individuals, called receiver(s). Demonstrative communication can be defined as a form of communication that is verbal, nonverbal or unwritten. Verbal communication is spoken communication in a face to face situation. Nonverbal and unwritten communications are the opposite of the aforementioned can be in the form of body language or gestures (Quintanilla & Wahl, 2014). In other words, it is when your behavior in the form of...
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Communication Opinion Paper
According to Cheesebro, O'Connor, and Rios (2010) "communication is the process of sending and receiving messages between groups of two or more people." (para.14) As we all know, communication is a part of everyone's daily lives and is practically impossible for it to be avoided. With that in mind, since communication plays such a big role in our success in our professional and personal lives, it is important that everyone knows how to communicate effectively in order for there to be a shared understanding of the information that is being communicated to avoid any consequences or misunderstandings. Learning to become a skilled communicator requires learning...
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Resource: “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse” article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings.
Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. There was much press coverage of this disaster.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using this (the assigned article) and other articles as a resource. Because communications must be designed with the audience in mind, answer the following questions:
• What are some considerations to remember given the different roles and people in the audience?
o What would be the potential needs of the families of the miners in receiving a message about this incident?
o What would be...
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Evaluating Business Communication
January 30, 2012
Evaluating Business Communication
The learning team assignment for the previous week has a formal memo sent to William, the CEO; a regular memo sent to Mark, the sales manager, and Dana, the marketing manager; and an email to the accounting department. These communiqués were to inform the individuals about the accounting team’s findings on JJJ Company’s files. Upon reviewing each communiqué from the previous week’s learning team assignment I have made the following evaluations.
Each communication seemed to clearly convey the message of not moving forward with the acquisition of JJJ Company. The risk of acquiring JJJ...
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ISAIAH 62:4-5 (Summary)
In reading this Scripture passage within five translations, I was amazed at the amount of differences found in just two small verses. At first, the most obvious difference was the formatting of the passage. I rearranged them to all fit on one page, but originally, they were structured differently. For example, the King James Version was structured with verse four as a complete thought. Then, after hitting “enter,” the fifth verse was written as a complete thought (similar to how I structured all the translations on page one). Then, the other four versions split the verse into short phrases with roughly ten lines. Essentially, the first half of a sentence would...
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ASSIGNMENT 1.1: COMMUNICATION
Directions: Think of a misunderstanding you experienced when communicating with someone else at work, home, or school. Then fill in the blanks of the chart below.
Who was the sender?
Who was the receiver?
What was the message?
How to post certain invoices to a certain account.
What channel was used to send the message?
What was the misunderstanding that occurred?
When he was sending me the emails he wasn’t telling me that he didn’t want me to do a certain thing and I was totally lost on what I was supposed to do.
How could the misunderstanding have been avoided?
It can have been avoided by him just...
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Weak Language is any word or phrase that does not add value to your message.
In English, the word is umm. Every language has some version of umm, why do we say
it? We use it as a crutch while we are thinking of what we are going to say next, and
because we are uncomfortable with silence.
Why is eliminating weak language so important for a public speaker?
People are taking in what appears to be a limitless amount of information each day.
Consider what happens to the brain when it has too much information to process. The
brain makes choices, it decides what it will take in and what it will keep out. In order to
process the large amount of information that we encounter daily, we often...
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SAP Assignment LOG Sheet
Name: | Allan Innes |
Section #: | TTH 12:30pm |
Login: | User-120 |
Assignment: | CO Assignment |
1. Record the page and exercise (if applicable) number for your message.
2. Record the message returned by the system (bottom left of your SAP screen.)
3. Explain as best you can what the system message is telling you.
4. Respond to any request for written response prompts in the given area.
5. Note any problems you had with the assignment in the given area.
6. Don’t forget to include your login id and name.
Page/Exercise # | Message | Explanation |
Ex 1 | Data has been saved | |
Ex 5 | Doc was posted in company...
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1. Four-step analysis
All kinds of pictures, from oil paintings to pencil sketches, can be analysed using the following four steps. They will help you to deal with a picture systematically, so that no important aspect is left out.
Step 1: Introduction – basic information
• Your introduction should answer the following questions:
• Where is the image from? Who made it and when?
• What type of image is it?
• What does the image (roughly) show?
• Why was it drawn/taken?
Step 2: Description
Look at the picture carefully, then describe it systematically, e. g.:
• from the centre to the corners
• from the foreground to the...
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University of Phoenix Material
Communicating Effectively Worksheet
Answer the following questions, using information from this week’s readings. Respond to each question in 100 to 200 words.
1. Briefly explain the seven elements of the speech communication process. How do these elements determine a speech’s success or failure?
Speaker- The person who is presenting an oral message to the listener.
Message- What a speaker communicates to someone else.
Channel- The means in which a message is communicated.
Listener- The person who receives the speaker’s message
Feedback- The messages, usually nonverbal, sent from a listener to a speaker.
Interference- Anything that impedes...
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final study guide
retailers - busn primarily from sale of retail
* classified 3 ways- pg 371
* amount of service
* product lines
* relative prices
* major types pg 377
* chain= 2+ outlets commonly owned and controlled
* voluntary chain= wholesale sponsored engage in group buying
* retailer cooperative= indépendant retailers set up central buying
* franchise organization
* merchandising conglomerate= combines diversified retailing lines under central ownership
* major decisions retailers face
* segmentation and targeting
* store differentiation and positioning (part of retail strategy)
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National Disaster Management Committee
Department of Disaster Management
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Importance of Communication 4
Emergency Communications and Warning Systems 5
Technologies behind Warning Systems 7
WARNING FLOW DIAGRAM 8
Principles of Emergency Communications 9
The Motorola Pro 5150 Handset Radio 12
Methods of communication 13
HF Radio. 19
VHF Radio. 19
UHF – Mobile / Fixed Trunk. 21
Satellite Communications. 21
POTS or Plain Old Telephone System. 21
Cellular Telephone. 22
Broadcast Services. 22
Civil Communications. 23
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COMMUNICATION DIFFERENCES AND STATEGIES ESSAY
Jennifer Ann Samuel
MAY 28, 2012
DR. MARIANE CARROLL
COMMUNICATION DIFFERENCES AND STATEGIES ESSAY
Communication is two ways interaction process that has receiver and sender. Communication takes place in an environment which can have different types of disturbances. There are various
factors that influence a communication process. These can be individual factors or environmental factors. Individual factors include factors related to senders and receivers. This paper is an effort to discuss one of such individual factors “Gender” in interpersonal communication process.
Effective Interpersonal Communication
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Theories of Communication
The Communication Cycle
Michael Argyle was an English Social Psychologist who researched and built on new theories about communication and interpersonal interaction. He came up with a theory about communication called the communication cycle. When Argyle was creating his theory, he wanted to focus the cycle on both verbal and non-verbal communication; he investigated communication and the types of communication i.e. verbal and non-verbal, by carrying out experimental research which helped him develop his ideas on communication and a theory that he was thinking about. The communication cycle theory shows how we can understand explain and foresee how communication...
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Verbal communication makes up 7 percent of your message, according to the College of DuPage's management department, and the rest of the communication is of 38 percent tone and 55 percent nonverbal actions. Verbal and nonverbal communication is the meaning of conversations and cannot be easily separated when talking face to face. As far as the nonverbal communication it all depends how things are carried. This can be understood or miss understood very easily. It also can be depicted on how you move in negative and positive actions. The nonverbal signals are important as well, by the words you speak and the tone of your voice. Verbal and nonverbal actions equally send a message...
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Authors utilize a variety of literally techniques to convey feelings and ideas. Edward Said uses many different strategies to represent the Palestinian people throughout his essay “States”. In creating awareness of the Palestinian struggle Said employs numerous distinct techniques and strategies to convey his message and elicit emotion from the reader.
Said uses photographs along with his own interpretations throughout the text to convey emotion to the reader in a very vivid way. These pictures display great depth into the emotional connection Said feels towards the Palestinian people along with his compassion of a call to action. The unique way that he displays...
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Barriers to Effective 1
Barriers to Effective Communication
October 31, 2011
Barrier to Effective 2
The process of communication and its components
When it comes to the criminal justice system, communication plays a very crucial part; it will be the key element for success. Each and every officer, from a rookie all the way up to the chief of police, must be able to speak, listen and understand each person they come in contact with on a daily basis. In the field of Criminal Justice there is no room for any type of poor communication while they are doing their job, it would be a waste time and energy for both parties...
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1. FreePBX Full Feature List
All features come standard!
• Caller ID
• Call Transfer
• Call Parking
• Call Forwarding
• Call Recording
• Call Reporting
• Voicemail to Email
• Follow Me
• VMX Locater
• Do Not Disturb
• Call Queues
• Music On Hold • Office Hours
• Call Screening
• Instant Call Control
• Ring Groups
• Conference Rooms
• Phone Directory
• Intercom & Paging
• Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
• Call Spy
• Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
• Remote Users
• Multiple Offices
• Add or change extension and voicemail accounts in seconds
• Native support of SIP, IAX, and ZAP clients (other endpoints...
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* A process of hiring employees who can help run the business efficiently, attract customers, and increase sales.
When hiring new staff, you should consider the following:
• Type of employees needed?
• Skills missing by the business owner?
• Skills needed daily and/or occasionally for peak periods or seasons.
• Budget available for employee compensation.
1. A written statement listing duties and responsibilities of a specific job.
2. Clearly outlines expectations for a job.
3. Reduces misunderstandings between the employer and employee.
1. Determine your human resource needs. Before you attempt...
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COMM 470 Entire Course
FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT
COMM 470 Week 1 Individual Assignment Analyzing Messages Paper
COMM 470 Week 1 DQ 1
COMM 470 Week 1 DQ 2
COMM 470 Week 1 DQ 3
COMM 470 Week 2 Individual Assignment Online versus print marketing paper
COMM 470 Week 2 DQ 1
COMM 470 Week 2 DQ 2
COMM 470 Week 2 DQ 3
COMM 470 Week 3 Individual Assignment Website Analysis
COMM 470 Week 3 DQ 1
COMM 470 Week 3 DQ 2
COMM 470 Week 3 DQ 3
COMM 470 Week 4 Team Assignment Communication Consultants Presentation
COMM 470 Week 4 DQ 1
COMM 470 Week 4 DQ 2
COMM 470 Week 4 DQ 3
COMM 470 Week 5 Team Assignment Social Media Tools in Ecommerce
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Marketing Strategy Outline
Having a business or acquiring a new acquisition in other countries entails lots of hard work and different types of marketing segmentation. Whipkey is part of a growing organization that is now interested in having an establishment in Japan. The new decision to acquire a new establishment in Japan requires some marketing strategies. In doing this, the company has to understand the culture and nature of Japanese business in order to penetrate the market effectively. As a member of Whipkey management team, presentation will be focusing on Whipkey’s approach to acquisition such as International segmentation, effective and strategic communication in global...
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LEARN MORE ABOUT CANADA’S
NEW ANTI-SPAM LAW
Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation, known as CASL, is one
of the strictest in the world. In general, CASL requires consent
before sending “commercial electronic messages” and
requires that all such messages meet certain form and content
requirements. This seems simple, but as always, implementation
can be complicated. This article explains the legislation and walks
through some real-world scenarios to demonstrate compliance.
On July 1, 2014, a majority of the provisions of one of the
strictest anti-spam laws in the world came into effect:
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)1. CASL prohibits
the sending of a...
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Effective Communication will help with better understanding of each other, and have a broader perspective. With effective communication bring more confidence, admiration, and a better work environment where we as people would be able to excel within the work place, having more creative thoughts, being able to problem solve more complex situations. Effective communication is good to have so that both parties will be able to convey the message in which each will understand. It will also help with everyday life setting whether it be dealing with work related relationships , or personal life.
I have a experience a few times where I was to use effective communication in the workplace. One...
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1. Describe the campaign
Rejoice become the popular brand of haircare in China over 20 years. A lots of customer recognize Rejoice haircare product as an expert in smoothness. And Rejoice was choose by 250,000 customer to be “the Most Popular Foreign Trademark" in China. Rejoice' parent company is Procter and Gamble which is a strong company.
Rejoice of P&G company announce a new video advertisement in social media - YouTube in 2 September 2014 and the named as
Rejoice China "Hugs". This online video attract more than 40 million audience within 4 weeks.
The story of this online video is that a man put a divorce paper on a dinning table which he already signed. His wife...
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3 Idiots is an Indian comedy movie with a great message, directed by Rajkumar Hirani in 2009. I like this movie because the message they conveyed through this film. The education system in India is very strict and with strict I don’t mean that by school rules; I mean the level of judging according to the book knowledge. One played the famous Indian actor, Amir Khan the main character, with other famous co-actors. The film also won Film Fare Award at 6th position and also best director award. The idea behind this movie was to highlight the mentality of the educated people in India, especially if they are on higher position then how badly they want their kids to be on top of everything. The...
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Good communication skills are just the beginning for all the skills which care workers need. Without them, it would be really difficult to establish effective relationships with people who use the services. These skills are something which you learn, without training it would be difficult to listen effectively to somebody talking about a difficult experience or sensitive topic, break bad news as sensitively as possible, or communicate with people who have communication difficulties, such as people who suffer from dementia, Parkinsons disease, or following a stroke. It is especially important that staff who work in care homes have good communication skills, this is because a high proportion...
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Evangelism in the early church was based of off Jesus Christ’s example. Now Jesus evangelized differently, many people, including his disciples were confused at they way he did things. The disciples did not prioritize the spiritual needs of others like Jesus did. In the case of the Samaritan women, Jesus stepped out of His comfort zone and took the initiative to start the conversation with her. He also broke barriers and turned the conversation to spiritual matters. In this example, Jesus moved from the physical water to her need for the living water. He would boldly and wisely address the issue of sin and refused to be sidetracked. Comparing with Jesus, the disciples struggled with...
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Meaning of the Name, Islam
The meaning of the name “Islam” is original from the Arabic root, “Salema”. The Salema is stand of peace, purity, submission and obedience. As the religious sense all around the world, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to his law. Everything and every phenomenon in the world other than man is administered totally by God-made laws, ie. They are obedient to God and submissive to his laws, they are in the State of Islam. Man possesses the qualities of intelligence and choice, thus he is invited to submit to the good will of God and obey His law, ie, become a Muslim. Submission to the good will of God, together with...
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Web Ref: http://www.studygs.net/netiquette.htm
This Website tells about what netiquette. It is like the “Ten Commandment” of using internet communications. It also gives information about time, stress and project management and problem solving. How one can study and learn with others maintaining personal and social zone and space etc.
A little summary of what I found out on this website is as follows:
* Be clear: Make sure the subject line (e-mail) or title (web page) reflects your content.
* Use appropriate language: If you have a question on whether or not you are too emotional,
don't send the message, save it, and review it "later". Remember: no one can guess your...