Objective: This activity is designed to help you understand a key component of the communication competencies that employers are seeking in college graduates.
Background: Please make sure you have read “Communication Competence,” Chapter 1.4 in Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies, in the Week 1 course materials. Please begin this exercise by reading the following information carefully.
Earlier in this class, you reviewed principles of communicating ethically from the National Communication Association, the PR Society of America, the Society of Professional Journalists, and other professional communication groups. This week you were asked to read about communicating with transparency and authenticity in a variety of situations, including interpersonally, interculturally, intergenerationally, across genders, within organizations, and to specific publics. What are some of the aspects or components of integrity in communication? Can you describe a real-world instance in your professional or personal life when communicating with integrity did not occur and its consequences? What did you learn about communicating with integrity from that instance or from our course content? How do you apply the principles of communicating with integrity in your personal and professional life?
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