Professionalism In Organizational Communication

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Organizational communication benchmarks began as collective milestones but soon became entangled in everyday business. Building upon the local market word of mouth advertisements and business plans, one company may now reach the town, the country, and the globe to get a word out. Communications have taken many routes, now called channels, to reach their intended receivers for the now profitable organizations. Communication from the internal going to external, the upward, downward, or diagonal senders may all be sending or receiving messages from at least ten different channels. Each of these channels must be rethought prior to the preparation of an intended message being sent out. In rethinking communication, one may have to go back to …show more content…
Brady (2005) describes several key terms in the organization. From the philosophy of collaborating without commanding to recognizing the sometimes thought of as an archaic chain of command, each communication is self-commanded but is judged by the outcome. The judgment used in the communications channels will affect how fellow employees, supervisors, and managers will evaluate one 's professionalism. Changing one 's appearance is a casual and positive professional change that is evaluated by the workgroup. The behavior and acts carried out in technological channels for the organization is another formal evaluation in professionalism that must be upheld in today’s workforce. Within this evaluation is an area where style is important. This is the beginning of the professional writing for the …show more content…
Guffey and Loewy (2012) covers the movement into technological data movement and explains that organizations are connected seven days a week. Linking the change from the historical letter and memorandums into the digital data, electronic messages are taking over the majority of informational exchanges. While keeping the letter and memorandum, but attaching it to an electronic data stream, keeps the past connected to the future. Moreover, they connect the digital data as a cover letter to the historical data, the letter or memorandum. No matter what the data being sent, the positive and negative messages must be approached at

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