Negative Corportate message

Negative Corportate message - construct a one page letter...

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In business, and in life, we often have to communicate negative news to others.  There are tactful ways of  delivering such a message, and some not-so-tactful ways.  This assignment is to help you practice constructing  and communicating a negative message (Chapter 8) in both a direct and indirect manner (see Chapter 9).  First, choose a negative corporate message (employee termination, poor stock performance, etc.).  Second, 
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Unformatted text preview: construct a one page letter using the direct approach. Third, construct a one page letter using the indirect approach. Be sure to use the same negative message for both. Consider letter structure, layout, form, date, letterhead, closing and signature....
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