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What's New in Teaching Business Communication? Helping Students Apply Their Skills to the Job Search Process - Expert Speaker: Courtland Bovee ...
What's New in Teaching Business Communication? Helping Students Apply Their Skills to the Job Search Process - Expert Speaker: Courtland Bovee
Identifying and landing a job can be a long and difficult process for students in today's market. Fortunately, the skills you're helping them develop in this course will give them a competitive advantage.
As with any message, understanding the target audience is vital in employment communication. This includes understanding the changing world of work and looking at the situation from the employer's perspective.
With these insights in mind, students can take steps—starting right now—to make themselves more valuable to potential employers.
Developing an employment portfolio and establishing a personal brand, even as a student, are important tasks, and the business communication course is an ideal venue for starting these efforts.
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