- Communication and Self-awareness
- Goal setting and self management
- Persuasive communication and feedback
- Listening and Assertion
- Working in teams for success
- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
- Meetings and Decision Making
- Developing Relationships and Diversity
- Leadership and Power
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Chat Rooms
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Web links
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- EquipmentDetails - Audio/Visual equipment
Please note: This subject is currently only taking enrolments for SP3 in 2018.
Effective communication is an essential skill for a successful business professional. Within public and private organisations, communication is associated with specific activities of interacting, informing, instructing and persuading. People who possess demonstrable skills in these activities are employed, prized and promoted. Increasingly, business professionals are expected to be effective communicators, both virtually and in traditional modes, without actually having had training in how to do this. If businesses are to survive in an increasingly competitive, technical and information-oriented environment they will need trained communicators who are comfortable with using new technology. This subject provides participants with advanced understanding of professional business communication and develops their skills in business related communications through practice. As such, this subject gives participants highly sought after practical knowledge of developing their virtual group-working skills, oral presentation skills, reflective analytical writing skills and a deeper understanding of the theory behind effective communication processes. At the end of this subject, participants will have gone through an extensive experiential learning process of working with others while becoming increasingly aware of their own perspective.
Students will be required to work in small groups as part of one assessment task.
- Oral Presentations (25%)
- Team Presentation (25%)
- Peer Assessments (15%)
- Reflective Essay (35%)
Textbook information is pending.