Step 1: Access and download the “Professional Communication Table”

Step 1: Access and download the “Professional Communication Table” document that you will use for this assignment and that also offers an example for you to model as you complete your own.

Step 1: Access and download the “Professional Communication Table”

Follow the instructions below:
Step 1: Access and download the “Professional Communication Table” document that you will use for this assignment and that also offers an example for you to model as you complete your own.

Step 2: Save the file to your desktop using the following file name format:
YourFirstName_YourLastName_Wk1_DOC.docx

Example: Ed_Buchanan_Wk1_DOC.docx

Step 3: Find an article about effective professional communication that was published in the last 18 months.

Step 4: Read the article and develop a 25 to 50-word summary. Summaries shorter than 25 words and longer than 50 will not receive credit.

Step Five: Fill in the “Professional Communication Table” with the requested information: a hyperlink to the article, your 25 to 50-word summary, and your name (in the “Employee” section). Save the changes you made within your document.

Step Six: Submit your completed document to the Professional Experience 1 assignment submission link in Blackboard.
Note: This is a pass/fail assignment. All elements must be complete simulating the workplace environment where incomplete work is void.

The professional experience assignments are designed to help prepare you for that environment. To earn credit, make sure you complete all elements and follow the instructions exactly as written. This is a pass/fail assignment, so no partial credit is possible. Additionally, assignments that follow directions as written will receive full credit, 22 points. Finally, assignments that are incomplete or do not follow directions will be scored at a zero.

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