Youngblood_J_W6_Reflection

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Reflection 1 Reflection Jannie M Youngblood Walden University
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Reflection 2 September 6, 2011 the first day of school at Walden University and boy was I ever so excited. Now I am-on a higher playing field, though-back to square one: Once again, about to make an academic detour form the prescribed path. An unnecessary delay for my career progression. This is the day that will change my life. This is clearly my choice and is going to be a challenge and a chance but I’m up for the fight that it’s going to take to get my bachelor degree in Business Administrative. In this essay, I will address the decisions that I made, the strategies I will use, and the milestones I will accomplish during my journey. I will explain to you what all I have learned in the past six weeks concerning communication but more so what I learned about my communication skills. There are several layers of communication like the ethical communicator, defined in the National Communication Association’s Credo (1999), “Ethical Communication enhances human worth and dignity by fostering truthfulness, fairness, responsibility, personal integrity, and respect for self and others”. I absolutely agree with this statement, because where would be me without ethics? Communication in a Changing World “ethics is the principle that guides our decisions about what is good or bad, right or wrong” (Dobkins & Pace, pg. 29). Over the last couple of years I have been contemplating over the direction of my life, and finally decided it is time to assume more control over it. My goal is to become a Director of Human Resource. Once I had my personal and professional goals in mind, I was able to select the degree that was most likely to help me achieve my goals. I would like to start by saying that
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