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Unformatted text preview: Judith Ruchal Colorado Technical University Online Professor Janice Ederati Phase 4 Discussion Board In any oral presentation in a professional business setting, the way you present your message, i.e your form of communication and use of language to inform, to persuade, or to change someone, is of upmost important. Thus communication is a major and essential part of a business relationship. The idea behind any professional presentation is simple: you must focus your message on the goals and needs of the audience you are directing to. This idea may sound simple, but the process is complex in itself. As a professional communicator, your objective is to inform, persuade, instill, or change your audience, while helping them be in controls of their own decision, results, and problem solving solutions. Most organizations prefer to hire professional communicators who can successfully convey their message, thoughts, and ideas effectively. First you must exam your audience, know what their general preferences are, different ways to relate to them, and how they could best be presented the message. The question is, how do you communicate to your audience in such a way that they could best be presented the message....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2012 for the course BUSINESS 101 taught by Professor Businesscommunication during the Spring '12 term at Everest University.
- Spring '12