Adapting Your Message to Your Audience

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In Chapter 1, we learned that our message needs to convey to you by deflecting the focus away from I, we, our, us. Chapter 2 of Business and Administrative Communication, titled “Adapting Your Message to Your Audience” focuses on an individual’s personality traits and some suggested points to pay attention to that makes them more receptive to your message.  It also identifies the various audiences that you message must reach, convince, or get through.

You will find various personality test links in this mindmap that help you understand what makes you tick and, in viewing other personality traits, it can help you understand how others receive information, or maybe understand why some people rub you the wrong way.

Reminder: in order to view all the details, notes, and links of the mindmap, you will want to go to MindJet and download the viewer.  Also the information here is merely snippets of the extensive explanations and examples that are given in the book and would encourage you to include in your library.

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Adapting Your Message to Your Audience

To all my creative Sparkle peeps,

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Jun 25, 2010 | Posted by in Communication, Personal Development | 0 comments

About Layne

Layne has worked in the administrative field for over 20 years, when computers were just starting to be the fixture for every desk, programs and the Internet were in their infancy, and WordPerfect was King. Starting with WordPerfect she learned tips and tricks that made creating and processing documents and information in the office easier, and all this was done with programming code back then. Over the past 20 years, programs have become both easier and complicated and it is for those reasons that Layne loves sharing what she learns with others. Layne has two grown children and lives in the heart of downtown Sacramento, California. She keeps her life simple while writing on her pet website Administrative Sparkle and working full-time with the State of California. Her dream job was to be a school teacher, so she channels that love to teach others what she has learned over the years as a professional administrative assistant.

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