Organizational Communication

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  • Course level: Intermediate

About Course

BLT 116

Description

Organizational Communication: This course is aimed at promoting the development of interpersonal communication and business management skills to work in a corporate environment. The course teaches business ethics, writing and communications skills.

What Will I Learn?

  • Upon completing this course, students should be able to:
  • 1. Focus on how individuals can learn to have difficult conversations without conflict.
  • 2. Increase their knowledge and interpersonal communication among their peers.
  • 3. Explain the effects of and coping strategies for communication overload inclusive with stress and burnout.
  • 4. Understand the importance of organizational ethics in organizational communication.
  • 5. Discuss and practice business management skills to effectively function in a corporate setting.

Topics for this course

27 Lessons3h

Lecture 1: Course Introduction?

Welcome to Organizational Communication, this week we are looking at an overview of the course and the syllabus.
Introduction to Organizational Communication Video11:08
Organizational Communication Course Introduction & Syllabus
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Lecture 2: What is Organizational Communication??

This week we are looking at Organizational Communication, a conceptually broad field of that is defined as the flow of messages and all forms of communication within the internal and external stakeholders of organizations.

Lecture 3: The Ethics of Organizational Communication?

This week we are looking at Ethics in Organizational Communication as vital growth and logetivity for the company and its employees.

Lecture 4: What is Communication??

This week we are looking at an Introduction to Commuincation: The purpose of communication is to inform, to express feelings, to imagine, to influence and to meet social expectations.

Lecture 5: Effective Communication?

This week we are looking at Effective Communication: is communication between two or more persons wherein the intended message is successfully delivered, received and understood.

Lecture 6: What is Interpersonal Communication??

This week we are looking at an Introduction to Interpersonal Communication within organizational communication.

Lecture 7: How to develop Interpersonal Communication?

This week we are looking at practical applications of using interpersonal communication within the cohort of the organizational communication class.

Lecture 8: What is Business Management??

This week we are looking at an Introduction to Business Management: the activities with running a company, such as planning, organizing, leading, controlling, and monitoring.

Lecture 9: How to develop Business Management skills?

This week we are looking at how to develop management skills so you can plan, organize, lead and control.

Lecture 10: Business Ethics?

This week we are looking at Business ethics which secures a "line of defense to protect the company, enable company growth, and create a safety net from legal implications.

Lecture 11: Cross Cultural Communication?

This week we are looking at an Introduction to Cross Cultural Communication: explore basic strategic of communicating in person and across cultures through various communication devices.

Lecture 12: Difficult Conversations and Communication?

This week we are looking at difficult coversations as part of communication, although it can feel uncomfortable it is a necessary part of communication.

Lecture 13: Introduction to Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)?

This week we are looking at "Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) is a structured way to visualize how communications, information, and decisions flow through an organization.

Lecture 14 :Communication Overload?

This week we are looking at Communication Overload, when you're flooded with just too many emails, phone calls, texts, instant messages, and social media updates.

Lecture 15: Final Course Assessment?

This week we are looking at submitting all assignments and completing the course assessment.

About the instructors

Pastor DaVida Blackman currently works as a teaching consultant for a private school. She is the CEO of an Event Production and Organizational Management company based on the East Coast and is a consultant for a prestigious non-profit company that umbrellas healthcare and educational services. Pastor DaVida has over 18 years of experience in ministry, pastoral care, and business development. She specializes in business and lifestyle coaching, chaplaincy, managing people and organizations, and organizational communication. Her years of experience in healthcare, non-profit, government, corporate business, and entertainment sectors of society made her a well-rounded person with a lot to offer to others as a consultant. Pastor DaVida has a BS in Biology and a BS in Organizational Management and Leadership from Nyack College, Masters in Divinity from Regent University, FEMA certifications for Effective Communication, Decision Making and Problem Solving. She is also a certified Life Coach and Project Manager. She enjoys helping youth and young adults discover their passion and purpose through career development, self-esteem coaching and leadership empowerment.
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Material Includes

  • Articles
  • Lecture Notes
  • Quizzes
  • Videos
  • Grading Rubric
  • Syllabus

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Requirements

  • Eisenberg, E. M., Goodall, H. L., & Trethewey, A. (2010). Organizational communication: Balancing creativity and constraint (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s. ISBN-13: 978-1319052348; ISBN-10: 1319052347
  • Computer with basic audio/video output
  • Internet/ Wifi Connection

Target Audience

  • Business Professionals
  • CEO's
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Managers