In this subject, you will learn about significant issues, topics, theories, and practices in contemporary workplace communication from both an employee and a managerial perspective. The subject aims to help you understand how workplace communication functions to guide you in making your own strategic communication choices and make sense of others’ communication. You will learn about employee socialisation, managerial and leadership communication, workplaces as cultures, communication channels and structures, communication and decision-making, communication between employees, conflict communication, power and resistance, reactions to change, and communication during transitions. Throughout the subject, you will analyse various organisational communication issues and make recommendations for change. The subject considers many different workplace communication scenarios, and students will have ample opportunities to lead discussions.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Apply workplace communication theories and concepts to analyse and make effective recommendations for responding to various workplace communication issues. 2. Research an issue in workplace communication. 3. Construct clear, evidence-based arguments. 4. Effectively lead discussions about contemporary workplace issues.
|Withdraw – Financial?||09/10/2021|
|Withdraw – Academic?||30/10/2021|