This book, Basic Business and Administrative Communication, is written with the ultimate aim of providing readers with basic business communication and administrative concepts. The book considers communication as a vital tool to the success of every business, and therefore presents in-depth coverage of the following topics: ac Overview of communication ac Models of communication ac Context, levels, media, and barriers to communication ac Lines of communication ac Oral communication ac Non-verbal communication ac Listening in business communication ac Essentials of effective business writing ac Written communication ac Job hunting, preparing resumes and interview guidelines ac Meetings as an administrative function in organisations ac Requisites of valid meetings ac Roles of the secretary and chairperson at meetings ac Report writing ac The role of information communication technology in business communication The author recognises the importance of skill development and provides practical examples of business documents such as business letters, memos, and itinerary that readers can follow to create their own to maximise their effectiveness and contribute to organisational success. The book is essential reading material for undergraduate and higher national diploma business students.Employment Reference Letter After individuals receive appointment for employment or gain admission to schools, employers ask for reference letters from a previous employer or an educational institution. This letter shows the qualities of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||BASIC BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATION|
|Author||:||Elizabeth C. Annan-Prah|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2015-07-25|