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The first part of your presentation should take about 15 minutes. It should include the following: Detailed information about NatureCare Products’ strategic marketing objectives. The new Communication Strategy The planned marketing activities to be conducted. Roles and responsibilities. In the second part of the meeting you are required to coach your team in marketing. To do this you are required to identify a topic relating to effective marketing and research and develop a short coaching session on this. Learning more about the topic should support the staff to achieve the company’s marketing objectives, so make sure that it is relevant. Consider how you can best provide the information to staff with varying levels of skills, knowledge and experience in marketing. Ensure that you incorporate techniques you identify as suitable into your presentation. The coaching session component of the meeting should last approximately 15 minutes. Save the file as Meeting Presentation. Done
2. Send an email to all marketing staff (your assessor). The text of the email should be in grammatically correct English, written in an appropriate (polite, collegial) style. The email text should advise the staff of the purpose of the meeting you will conduct. It should ask for a place, date and time that would be convenient for them. Attach your Meeting Presentation to the email. 3. Conduct the meeting Conduct the meeting with the support of your Meeting Presentation. Ensure that you address the following within the meeting: Nature Care Products’ strategic marketing objectives. Communication strategy The activities that you documented in Assessment Task 2. Before continuing the meeting, you and the staff must agree on roles and responsibilities for the marketing activities that you have discussed. Take notes on what is agreed on. Coaching staff on a topic relating to effective marketing and research. During the meeting, you are required to demonstrate effective communication skills including: Speaking clearly and concisely Using non-verbal communication to assist with understanding Asking questions to identify required information Responding to questions as required Using active listening techniques to confirm understanding
Conveying information at a level that accommodates varying levels of skills, knowledge and experience Done 4. Send an email to all staff invited to the meeting (your assessor). The text of the email should be in grammatically correct English, written in an appropriate (polite, collegial) style.The email text should remind the staff of what was discussed at the recent meeting. The email should include the roles and responsibilities agreed to at the meeting. Following the meeting, the Administration Officer, Alice, approaches you. She asks you if it would be possible to develop a mentoring relationship with you as she is interested in developing her marketing skills and moving into a marketing role. She advises that she has some existing knowledge of marketing but would like to develop her skills, knowledge, and general skills in the following specific areas: Digital marketing

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