Week 3 Assignment – Professional Experience: FAQ AnswerOverview
The Professional Experience assignments in this course are designed to help prepare you for communicating in a professional work setting. When you are writing in the workplace, it is essential to:
- Follow any specific directions you receive.
- Consider who it is you are communicating with.
- Consider what your overall purpose in communication is.
To earn full credit, make sure you complete all assignment requirements and follow the instructions exactly as written. See the scoring guide rubric for specific grading criteria.
If you submit your Professional Experience assignment before the due date and you are not satisfied with your grade, you may resubmit one time for an opportunity for full credit points. Check with your professor for the resubmission deadline.
In this Professional Experience assignment, you will write a 20 50 word fully researched answer to one of the frequently asked questions (FAQ)s in the Week3_FAQ document below. Do not answer all the FAQs.
- Download the Week 3 FAQ [DOCX].
Save the file to your desktop using the following file name format:
- Example: Smith_PE2_DOC.docx
Do the following:
- Select one question from the list of questions in the left-hand column of the FAQ document.
Provide a viable and complete answer to the question. Make sure your answer is no fewer than 20 words and no more than 50 words.
- Tip: Use the Word Count feature in Microsoft Word to get an accurate word count. Remember, citations and references do not count toward the word count.
Cite your source(s) using Strayer Writing Standards.
- You may use your course textbook as a reference or find a recently published article to research the answer to your selected FAQ.
- Write your first and last name in the “Employee” column.
- Save all the changes you made to your document with the file name of LastName_PE2_DOC.docx and submit the file to this Professional Experience: FAQ Answer assignment by the deadline.
Week 3 Assignment – Professional Experience: FAQ AnswerOverview The Professional Experience assignments in this course are designed to help prepare you for communicating in a professional work setting
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Question Answer Employee 1. What is the first step when preparing a professional message? 2. How do I figure out who I am writing to? 3. How important is choosing the communication format? 4. What is the best way to deliver bad news to a recipient? 5. Is communication a skill or just something someone is good at? 6. What role does ethics play in communication? 7. Can I use humor in my professional communications? 8. What is the difference between hearing and listening? 9. What are common barriers to effective communication? 10. What is the biggest struggle people have when giving a presentation? 11. Why is empathy important in the professional environment? 12. What is the difference between criticism and critique? 13. Are first impressions important in professional communications? 14. How does stress impact communications? 15. Do emotions have a place in the professional environment? 16. What is the difference between persuasion and simply getting your way? 17. How is coaching different from corrective action? 18. How important is rehearsal when preparing a presentation? 19. Does social media matter to professional communications? 20. What is the secret to motivating others? 21. Why is team building important? 22. What role does revision play in professional communications? 23. How important is a professional image? 24. Does body language matter? 25. What makes someone a good manager? 26. Is it more important to be right or to get it right? 27. Who is responsible for communicating effectively in the professional environment? 28. How important is a professional network? © 2020 Strayer University. All Rights Reserved. This document contains Strayer University Confidential and Proprietary information and may not be copied, further distributed, or otherwise disclosed in whole or in part, without the expressed written permission of Strayer University. Page 4 of 4