In Chapter 1: Communication Process, we see the National Association of Colleges and Employers has found that employers desire good communication skills most in the college graduates they may hire. Moreover, research has shown that introductory communication courses provide important skills necessary for functioning in entry-level jobs, including listening, writing, motivating/persuading, interpersonal skills, informational interviewing, and small-group problem solving. Considering all the above, respond to the following questions:
- Do you think you are a good communicator?
- What have you learned in Chapter 1 that has led you to a better understanding of communication and will help you become a stronger communicator?
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