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  1. 1. WELLS FRAGO:BUSINESS COMMUNICATION MALLA REDDY UNIVERSITY PRESENTATION BY : DNIKHIL
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION On March 18, 1852, our founders—Henry Wells and William G. Fargo—built an innovative start-up to help customers build businesses and manage money in a rapidly changing world. Their dedication to finding creative solutions and advocating for more inclusive communities continues to inspire generations of change-makers to build the history of WELL’S FRAGO.
  3. 3. Effective Communication Wells Fargo Effective communication skills are essential for success in any organization, including Wells Fargo. These skills include the ability to listen actively, speak clearly and concisely, and effectively convey information through written and nonverbal communication. Additionally, it is important to be able to adapt communication style to different audiences, and to be aware of cultural and diversity considerations. In Wells Fargo, effective communication is essential for building strong relationships with customers, colleagues, and stakeholders, and for effectively managing projects
  4. 4. Wells Fargo, different methods of communication Email: This is a widely used method of communication in Wells Fargo and is used to send written messages and documents between employees, managers, and customers. Phone and video conferencing: These methods of communication are used to have verbal conversations with colleagues, managers, and customers. This is particularly important for remote workers and for employees who are working in different locations. Intranet and internal messaging systems: Wells Fargo has an internal messaging system that enables employees to
  5. 5. Social media: Wells Fargo uses social media platforms to connect with customers, share information, and provide customer support. The Importance of Staying Connected with Colleagues in Wells Fargo Staying connected with colleagues at Wells Fargo is important for several reasons. First, it allows for the sharing of ideas and information, which can lead to more efficient and effective work. Additionally, staying connected can foster a sense of teamwork and camaraderie, which can make the work environment more enjoyable. Additionally, it can also help with building relationships with your colleagues, which can be beneficial
  6. 6. Other Professionals and Customers in The Digital Age Staying Connected in Wells Fargo the digital age, staying connected with both professionals and customers is crucial for Wells Fargo. With the rise of digital communication channels, it is important for the company to be able to effectively communicate with both internal and external stakeholders. This includes using digital tools such as email, instant messaging, video conferencing, and social media to stay in touch with colleagues and clients. Additionally, staying connected with customers through digital channels such as online banking and mobile apps can help to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty. Additionally, staying connected with customers also help to understand their needs and
  7. 7. Filters in business Commuctions Wells Fargo, filters in business communication likely refer to the internal controls and processes put in place to ensure that information shared within the company is accurate, appropriate, and complies with regulatory requirements. This may include things like compliance reviews, legal reviews, and information security protocols. Additionally, Wells Fargo may have specific communication protocols in place to filter sensitive or confidential information, such as customer data, to prevent unauthorized access or dissemination
  8. 8. Technical writing Objective; Introduction in well Fargo The objective of technical writing in a company like Wells Fargo would be to clearly and accurately convey complex information related to financial products and services to customers, employees, and other stakeholders. This may include writing user manuals, instructional materials, and online help content, as well as creating technical reports and other documents that provide detailed information on financial processes, systems, and regulations. The introduction to technical writing in Wells Fargo would provide
  9. 9. Presentation Skills in Wells Fargo Wells Fargo, like many companies, places a strong emphasis on effective presentation skills for its employees. This includes the ability to clearly and concisely convey information, actively engage with an audience, and use visual aids and other tools to enhance the overall impact of the presentation. Additionally, Wells Fargo may provide training and resources for employees to improve their presentation skills, such as workshops and coaching sessions.
  10. 10. BUSINESS LETTER A business letter to Wells Fargo is a written correspondence addressed to a representative or department of the bank, typically regarding a specific account or service. The letter may include inquiries, concerns, requests for information or assistance, or other matters related to the individual or organization's relationship with Wells Fargo. Business letters to Wells Fargo are often used to communicate with the bank regarding account issues, services, or other financial matters that cannot be resolved through online or phone-based customer service.
  11. 11. https://ddceutkal.ac.in/Syllabus/MA_English/Paper_ 21.pdf TEXT BOOK REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Business Information Management Exercises by Dr .v Ladlena Benson Kate Davis Information Technology for Management by Henry C Lucas, Jr. 2. Business Processes and Information Technology by Uric J. Gelinas, Jr., Steve G. Sutton, Jane Federowicz
  12. 12. THANK YOU

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