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Communication Public Speaking Lecture by Christine Moore Why study public speaking: To: Advance professional goals Accomplish personal goals Enhance career as student Explore and share values Improve critical thinking and listening skills Classroom Oral presentations are common among all disciplines Organization skills are applicable to most other courses Audiences expect organization-talk Workplace Excellent written communication skills Effective verbal communication skills Constructive interpersonal skills Cohesive teamwork skills Efficient organization and leadership skills Community Being an engaged citizen Public issues, require citizens to make decisions or take actions Change occurs when people speak up and work together to solve societal problems Community service? Discuss your past experiences Participating in the process Vote in an election Personal life Small group communication will teach you how to communicate more effectively within your family or with your co-workers Learning to listen will improve your friendships and romantic relationships Being articulate about your thoughts and ideas leads to increased satisfaction in your relationships
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course COMM 251 taught by Professor Christinemoore during the Spring '09 term at Boise State.

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