Communication and Organisational Practices
Start a conversation about what makes organisational communication practices effective.
Discover ways to manage conflict and emotions in an organisational setting. Learn the art of persuasion. Address the challenges of intercultural communication.
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Online and other materials
- 26 May 2019
- 25 Aug 2019
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- discuss strategies for the effective management of organisational communication
- explore the implications of diversity in the context of communication theory and practice
- analyse and utilise negotiation strategies, including conflict resolution
- apply communication knowledge to common practical contexts in organisations
- identify and manage emotions in organisational communication.
- Self Disclosure
- Individual Differences in Communication
- Intercultural Communication
- Workplace communication in relation to Disability
- Managing Communication around Spiritual Diversity
- Gender and Workplace Communication
- Communication in Conflict Contexts
- Communication for Negotiation
- Intergenerational Communication
- Persuasion and Communication
- Chat Rooms
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online assignment submission
- Web links
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
No eligibility requirements
No special requirements
Organisation communication theories and organisational culture, implications of diversity for communication (eg. gender, age, culture, disability, spirituality), negotiation and conflict resolution from a communication perspective (strategies, perception, emotion, ethics, relationships, culture), managing emotions in organisational communication (eg. grief, loss, problem solving, decision making, conflict, responding to change, managing personal emotions), communication for practical contexts.
- Journal 2000 words (45%)
- Reflective Report 2500 words (55%)
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Textbook information is pending.