***PLEASE ONLY ANSWER QUESTION***** “Discuss projected demographics for this com

***PLEASE ONLY ANSWER QUESTION*****
“Discuss projected demographics for this company in terms of age, ethnicity, gender, lifestyle, and language. How might these factors influence communication inside and outside the company?”
FOR SLIDES 3 & 4 FOR THE POWERPOINT THAT IS UPLOADED. DO NOT ANSWER ANY OTHER QUESTIONS.
The purpose of this assignment is to outline the managerial skills necessary for communicating in a multicultural organization.
Visit the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC) website. Find a real case involving job discrimination.
Design a seminar to train the new managers who are replacing those who demonstrated discrimination. This seminar should define the new managers’ roles of establishing an organizational climate in which all employees feel valued and can contribute to the success of the company.
Choose how you want to deliver your training plan.
Research the changing demographics of the U.S. workforce to support your seminar.
Include the following in your seminar:
Discuss projected demographics for this company in terms of age, ethnicity, gender, lifestyle, and language. How might these factors influence communication inside and outside the company?
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Employee Wins Massive Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against Lockheed Martin

Imagine you are a member of Milanese nobility in the early Middle Ages. You wish

Imagine you are a member of Milanese nobility in the early Middle Ages. You wish to write a letter explaining to a fellow person of noble birth how Augustine’s approach to rhetoric resembles Plato’s. This person to whom you’re writing is also a good friend or relative. You must use the correct salutatio and narratio, according to how your textbook defines them.
Using 200-250 words, please answer the prompt above. When completing this assignment, you are encouraged to think outside the box and provide details form beyond the text (e.g., personal experiences, outside sources, etc.).

discusses the following details on chapter 2&3. It will be due the next class p

discusses the following details on chapter 2&3. It will be due the next class period upon your return to class.
 Define all key terms and concepts from the chapter,
 State personal examples of 3 key concepts from the chapter that have relevance to your life,
 Use 1 key concept and show how it has either been used positively or negatively in society
and/or culture at large,
 Finally, summarize your reading and state 1 key change you will make in your approach to
“Communication” because of the use of that key concept.
textbook: COMM5, 2018 edition (included with course tuition in e-format)
o Authors: Sellnow, K. Verderber, and R. Verderber, via Cengage Learning
o ISBN 978-1-337-40671-0 or 978-1-337-40670-3

Objective: To use the knowledge and experience you have gained so far this term

Objective:
To use the knowledge and experience you have gained so far this term to evaluate another speaker’s performance. You will analyze the speaker’s verbal content and nonverbal behavior. You will only get to watch the speech once, so pay especially close attention!
Length:
2 – 4 pages, double spaced
Format:
Use a sans serif font (Arial, Calibri, etc.), 12 point size; 1.5 or double line spacing; left heading with name, class meeting time, date, and assignment name; last name and page # in right header
Assignment Requirements
First, select a speech to analyze and evaluate. I would recommend checking online or in the local paper to see if there are any speakers scheduled to give a talk. You might look for community events, or check with a nearby university or community college. –> this assignment has been modified due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic! Instead of attending a live speech at some sort of public place, you may use another TED Talk, or watch a speech on television or online. I ask that you watch the speech only once (so it is closer to seeing it live).
Then, open your paper with a brief Introduction that explains who the speaker is, when and where the speech was given, and gives a very short synopsis of the speech.
In the first part of the Body of your paper, analyze and evaluate the speaker’s verbal content. Is their speech informative or persuasive, or something else? Is their main topic or argument easy to identify? Are there clear main points with transitions between them? Does the speaker use the same 4-part Introduction and Conclusion as we use in class, or do they use an abbreviated version? Do they use a visual aid? If so, what kind? Please answer these questions, and indicate if the speaker could improve or clarify some aspect of their verbal content or visual aid – use at least five (5) terms from the class/book in your analysis, and then highlight or underline those terms in the paper.
In the second part of the Body of your paper, analyze and evaluate the speaker’s nonverbal behavior and overall delivery. Using terminology from the class/book, please consider the following questions: does the speaker have effective vocal variety? Is the speaker enthusiastic or monotone? Does the speaker use gestures and movement effectively? How is the speaker’s eye contact – do they appear to make a connection with their audience? What kinds of facial expressions does the speaker make, and do they match the speaker’s verbal content? How does the speaker’s attire and appearance affect their presentation and credibility? Since you will be a live audience member, pay special attention to how you react to the speaker, and how other audience members react too. How does the speaker make you feel? Please answer these questions, and indicate if the speaker could improve their delivery – use at least five (5) terms from the class/book in your analysis, and then highlight or underline those terms in the paper.
Briefly conclude your paper. Please indicate your overall evaluation of the speaker and their presentation. You do not have to necessarily assign a grade, but do explain whether you think it was below average, average, or above average.
Grading
An “A” paper… Answers most or all of the above questions regarding the speaker’s verbal and nonverbal communication, and uses 10 + terms in their analysis. Has few or no spelling/grammatical/punctuation errors. Uses proper format. Meets the page length requirement.
A “B” paper… Answers most of the above questions regarding the speaker’s verbal and nonverbal communication, and uses 9-10 terms in their analysis. Has a few spelling/grammatical/punctuation errors. Has some format errors. Page length may be a little too short or a little too long.
A “C” paper… Answers most of the above questions regarding the speaker’s verbal and nonverbal communication, and uses 7-8 terms in their analysis. Has several spelling/grammatical/punctuation errors. Has several format errors. Page length may be a little too short or a little too long.
A “D” or “F” paper… Answers some or few of the above questions regarding the speaker’s verbal and nonverbal communication, and uses just a few terms in their analysis. Has several spelling/grammatical/punctuation errors. Has several format errors. Page length is too short or too long.

First, write the name of the theory on top of the page and then describe the cho

First, write the name of the theory on top of the page and then describe the chosen theory “in your own words” on the first page using a single space. You are to describe/summarize the theory in one page as if you are introducing it to your friend/peer/others orally. If you use more than one page for the summary, you don’t leave a favorable impression to me (i.e., not abiding by a rule) and will surely lose 10 points for the assignment. On the other hand, if you don’t use the page “fully,” your paper may not get a favorable assessment from the professor. Here “fully” means no more than 2 or 3 lines at the bottom of the page.
Your summary/descriiption is expected to include: (1) a brief note on the theorist(s), (2) theoretical assumption(s)/premises, and (c) major/important theoretical statements/points. You are expected to offer a (personal) example or two to illustrate the major theoretical points. Once you’re done with the descriiption of the theory, present the theory orally to your friend(s)/peer(s)/whoever is willing to listen and get some feedback.
On the second page,
Write your name and date of submission at the top of the page.
You are then required to assess your own work and decide on a deserving grade point on a 100-point scale with justification – i.e., you say how many points (out of 100 points) you
deserve (e.g., 84/100 points) and explain why. Your justification for the grade must include at least one direct quote from your audience’s comments on your oral presentation of
the theory (e.g., “Well, Jae, I see you’ve worked hard on the theory. But I am not that
impressed with your presentation. I was confused on a few points …” “…. clear,
understandable, important, comprehensive, applicable, coherent, and the like”). If you
don’t grade your work with a specific point/number (not a letter or range grade like B or 84 –
89),

The project we are working on is called the Factory, focus the task of Globaliza

The project we are working on is called the Factory, focus the task of Globalization part.
Project Descriiption: Take a step into The Factory and be transported back to 1967. Silver paint and fractured mirrors surround you while the steady pulse of The Velvet Underground plays in the background. This reimagined artist space will provide a place for Warhol-era themed parties, social media backdrops for content creators, and a store with all of your 60s and 70s fashion and art desires.
The Factory was an emblem in the 60s and 70s of creative freedom and fostered artistic practices. This space recreation will produce an artistic community that will allow for content creators, art fans, and party-goers to channel their inner “Superstar.” The breadth of artistic practices will allow for The Factory to expand across multiple channels such as fashion, social media, and design.
Need to write an Individual Task Report. This is a 3-4 page essay and bibliography that includes a brief synopsis of seminar lectures and readings relevant to your task area, and the application of seminar concepts to the group’s franchise. An excellent task report would highlight key issues relating to the task area from required as well as further readings and explain how the group’s initiatives for the franchise (as described in the presentation) addressed those issues. The report should site at least two primary AND two secondary sources. See attachment UCItransfran21 Globalization part for more instructions.

THIS PAPER IS ALREADY DONE BUT… I need you to include references in the introd

THIS PAPER IS ALREADY DONE BUT…
I need you to include references in the introduction section (first page) and in the discussion section (last page). Also be sure to include a work cited page. Also if you see that it says “appendix” just ignore it, I’ll add on to it later. Just focused on the sources
ALSO if you could just edit this paper, while you’re reading it, that would be great thank you. I put you need 5 sources, but LESS IS FINE 🙂
ALSO DON’T CHANGE THE TITLE

You will submit an outline of your research brief. Before you create your outli

You will submit an outline of your research brief. Before you create your outline, please carefully read through the Research Brief assignment to make sure you understand what it entails.
Your outline will have 2 major components: 1) an introduction and 2) a review of the literature organized into subtopics. (NOTE: You are not required to include a conclusion at this point in time for the outline, but make sure to include one in your final research brief.) All evidence should be cited with proper APA format. Make sure you include a properly formatted References page. Please write in full sentences (10 points).
You will use the Introduction text (and any feedback you received on it or updates you have made to it) to create the introduction portion of the outline. Recall that sources cited in the introduction do not need to be primary research studies. All sources cited in the literature review, however, must be primary research studies.
A sample outline is attached to this assignment. This example has been provided to demonstrate the outline format. Please review it before beginning work on your outline.
Upload your assignment through Blackboard as a Word attachment (in the appropriate lesson week). This assignment also needs to be submitted to turnitin.com. Please review the grading rubric below so you know how I will evaluate your outline:

All primary research studies are clearly related to the subtopic. 3 Individual s

All primary research studies are clearly related to the subtopic.
3 Individual study summaries are focused on the actual findings from the study that are most relevant to the subtopic.
Basic information about each study’s method is briefly included to help the reader understand the nature of the evidence being reported.
Section is well organized and written (clear, concise, minimal use of passive voice, free of typos, spelling, punctuation, and other grammatical errors).
APA citation method is used for all sources. Formatting of reference page is correct.

Assignment – Written Communication: The Proposal Overview Business managers and

Assignment – Written Communication: The Proposal
Overview
Business managers and employees use written communication every day. Opportunities for written communication in the business world include everything from reports, memos, and documentation to emails, instant messaging, and social media. Effective written communication can help build and grow business relationships, accelerate results, solicit input and feedback, rally personnel toward shared goals, and improve personal lives. Your ability to write messages that are clear and concise, while positioned strategically and presented professionally, will distinguish you in your field and personal lives.
In this assignment, you will develop a written communication for the targeted audience you identified in the outline for your business pitch, workplace problem/solution. The written proposal needed to fulfill this assignment will depend on the information you developed in your outline, and your further research and writing. Take the ideas from your outline to turn your plan into a written proposal. Use subject headings and write paragraphs that give full detail and support from your sources, urging your audience to take action based on your proposal.
Instructions
Step 1: Begin Drafting the Assignment
Review the Feedback Template to make a list of your instructor’s feedback from Assignment 1, as well as feedback from the discussions to revise your outline. Incorporate the feedback into all parts of the outline. You will write about the feedback in Part II of the assignment.
Do additional research to convince your audience that the proposal will be successful and fulfill the five sources required for the assignment.
Employ one of the four communication techniques depending on your scenario
Use the tell style to inform and the sell style to persuade.
Use the consult style to gather information or learn from your audience.
Use the join style to collaborate with members of the audience.
Step 2: Develop Your Written Communication
Part I: This is where you write the plan for your target audience. What will you communicate to them?
Introduction:
State your key message clearly in your introduction, so your audience understands the “so what” or thesis of your proposal. Make sure that your introduction is both direct and engaging. Label your introduction.
Background Information and Supporting Arguments:
Provide the necessary information and build credibility to build your case for your audience. This section of your proposal might include background information and include some of your five sources.
The subject heading might be “Background Information.” Again, match your subject headings with the main point of your content. The length of this section will depend on how much background information your audience needs to understand what you are proposing.
Key Message:
Continue writing your proposal by presenting your key message with three or four supporting points or reasons. This is where you will bring in some of your sources, to back up your ideas and gain credibility with your audience. Subject headings will help guide your audience through reading your supporting sections of your proposal. Again, how many paragraphs you will need to write depends on what you have to provide for your audience to understand and what you are proposing.
Call to Action:
End your proposal with a clear call to action for your audience. Now that you have given enough information to your audience members to convince them that your proposal is a good one, tell them what to do with your information. Make sure that you are direct and passionate about your request for action and that it is clear and actionable.
Part II: This is where you identify the communication channel. You are writing this for yourself and your professor—not your target audience.
Identify the communication channels that will be used to send or present your proposal’s message (tools used in the communication process, such as email, Zoom, PowerPoint, and so on). Write this in paragraph form.
USE THE WEEK 8 ASSIGNMENT FEEDBACK TEMPLATE to write about how you used feedback to improve your communication plan. Write this in paragraph form.
Remember:
Write professionally by being clear, concise, and logical. Make sure that your sentences flow, by using transitions and varying sentence structure. Use subject headings and other formatting such as bullet points, if needed, to help guide your readers through your proposal.
Demonstrate professional presence in your writing by being authentic, establishing rapport with your audience, and using appropriate tone and vocabulary.
USE THE WEEK 8 ASSIGNMENT FEEDBACK TEMPLATE:
List 5 feedback comments about your outline. Also, explain how you used them to improve your communications proposal. Copy the answers below to Part 2 of your Assignment.
1: Feedback:
How it was used:
2. Feedback:
How it was used:
3. Feedback:
How it was used:
4. Feedback:
How it was used:
5. Feedback:
How it was used: