Out of Book 3 - To: R. Hight, President of Phi Sigma Kappa...

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To: R. Hight, President of Phi Sigma Kappa From: R. Baker Date: 10/07/2010 Subject: Goodwill We have always agreed that two of the greatest obstacles facing our chapter are a lack of positivity and motivation. However, after reading Modules Seven and Eight of Business Communication: Building Critical Skills , I feel that I may have some tips for you to try to cultivate those two qualities in our chapter. Simply, the best way to do this is to gear all of your addresses to the chapter at the goal of creating goodwill and establishing benefits for the audience. You have already shown an impressive ability to do this, but this book outlined several methods that I think you might find interesting and helpful to perfecting your craft. The best way to do this is to begin to edit your chapter addresses and find ways to take phrases and words with slightly negative connotations and find a way to cast those points in a more positive light. If negative information must be presented, try and justify it with
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Out of Book 3 - To: R. Hight, President of Phi Sigma Kappa...

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