comm paper - 1 Ethics and Communication Ethics and Communication Akeem Jones Florida State College Jacksonville GEB 3213 Spring 2020 2 Ethics and

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1 Ethics and Communication Ethics and Communication Akeem Jones Florida State College Jacksonville GEB 3213 Spring 2020
2 Ethics and Communication Table of Contents 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. Summary of News or article 4. Impact of Ethics in Communication 5. Relevance of the content toward ethics and communication 6. Consequences or impact to the subject, organization, and/or society 7. Importance of Ethics in Business 8. Discussion or Reflection 9. Conclusion
3 Ethics and Communication Abstract Communication is constant, especially in the information age. Savvy professionals know how to communicate quickly, effectively and ethically. The term "ethical communication" has different meanings depending on the context. A shampoo advertiser and a sports team spokesperson may have dissimilar views on what constitutes as ethical communication. Some communication guidelines are only applicable to certain situations, while others could be understood as ethical in one situation and unethical in another. Every aspect of ethical communication should be considered within the boundaries of the issue at hand. Introduction While project workflows, strategic planning, advanced technology, and business analyses are often topics associated with critical corporate discussions, an enterprise’s code of ethics - and its key ethical communication principles - is not often discussed. Businesses of all sizes rely on optimal person- to-person communication so that projects can be effectively completed, management and employees can understand each other, and for business to flow in the most efficient manner possible. (Organizational Citizenship Behavior ,2017) While effective communication is necessary in all human relationships, it is even more critical in businesses of all sizes for confusion to be mitigated, and everyone is on the same page. Humans rely on communication to express personal desires of what needs to be done, and how it is to be done. In a business, this is most important for both managers and employees to effectively express what they want done, and how they want it to be done. Communication is always a two-way, mutual set of actions that includes the communicator, and the receiver. Typically, communication will include two or more communicators and receivers, and spoken communication will often illicit a reply from the initial receiver. A set of clear-cut principles exists, that every business should follow, to ensure
4 Ethics and Communication all personnel effectively and ethically communicate in the workplace. Ultimately creating a comfortable, efficient environment where everyone is on the same page, and everyone is aligned to the principles and values of the enterprise. These ethical communication principles stem form a critical framework of

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