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Unformatted text preview: Communications 100 w October 22, 2008 Annotated Bibliography Source 1: (1) Mydlach, Philip. (2007). Performance: Management must communicate with employees. Retrieved October 22, 2008, from http://www.biztimes.com/news/2007/2/2/performance-management-must- communicate-with-employees. (2) This article contains information regarding how crucial it is for management to communicate properly with employees. He explains how an enlightened workforce will be encouraged to work more efficient and give more effort. He also describes the effects of having a disconnected workforce. The main point of the article (that I chose to cite) is that good communication is something that has to be sought after and wont come naturally. (3) I would like to use the main point of his article as one of points in my manual. I will use the first citation to give my audience (managers) an insight of where they stand with their employee’s as of now, and how communication can enhance the situation. The second source I will use to encourage managers that they have to take the initiative to better their communication skills. Source 2: (1) Rasberry, Robert & Lemoine, Laura.(1986). Effective Managerial Communication. Massachusetts: PWS-KENT Publishing Company. (2) The source I derived these two quotes from is an older book dating to 1986 that gives timeless information and instructions on how to use effective managerial communication. The book identifies the roles of communication in business and how to overcome the hurdles to effective communication and communicating skills that managers must develop. (3) I plan citing various text from the book as well as including some of the strategies within the book to help managers become better communicators. The book also conatains a chapter on nonverbal communication which will be usefull in my manual to describe how body language and gestures have a great effect on our words. Source 3: (1) Reed, Warren. (1985). Positive Listening. New York: Franklin Watts....
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