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Designing a Meeting Tautasi Falanai Jr. Communications Strategies for Managers B6120 Dr. Faith Glaspie Argosy University Chicago
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Delivering bad news is something no one ever wants to do. Unfortunately there  comes a time where one must decided to preserve his/her reputation and dignity and do  such tasks. When doing so understanding the proper methods, media, and design of  delivering bad news can help ease the burden to doing such responsibilities. “By learning  how to deliver bad news honestly, openly, and empathetically, you can help to preserve  your working relationships, rather than damage them” (Delivering Bad News, n.d). Designing a meeting based on the scenario of board of directors disperse across  the country, the media chosen to conduct this meeting is via teleconferencing/VOIP.  Before the set date of the meeting, all of the members of the board of directors will be  emailed with the following email a week in advance informing them of the purpose of the teleconferencing meeting and expected outcomes. Email:  Dear Sir or Madam:  This email is to inform all board members of via teleconferencing meeting on October  29, 2015 at 10:00am E.S.T.  The purpose of this meeting is to address:  Low profits within the past quarter High employee turnover Pending lawsuits  Expected outcome for this meeting is initiating plans to:  Increase and raise profits Finding solutions to retain employees  Devise a plan of the pending lawsuit. Regards, Tautasi Falanai
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In sending this email ahead of time all board members will be aware of the  current situation the company is in and the purpose of the meeting. This will allow for 
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  • Fall '15
  • FAITH GLASPIE
  • Education Management Corporation, Chicago Loop, Dr. Faith Glaspie, Argosy University Chicago, Tautasi Falanai Jr

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