This is a paper that is requiring the student to create an oral communication presentation for a conference. The paper also provides additional information to use in the writing of the assignment paper. Below is the description for the assignment:
Create an oral communication presentation for a conference
You work at Strategic Communications, a three-year-old global public-relations start-up based in Atlanta, Georgia. In order to support local entrepreneurs and start-ups, Strategic Communication will soon be hosting COM-CON, a conference developed to assist local businesses with their communications and public relations needs. As someone who is passionate about the value of good communication, you have volunteered to host a session. Your supervisor, Margaret Aoyama, has provided you with a variety of topics and session types. COM-CON will take place during three days, with different audience profiles for each day. Your task is to select one of the topics, one session type, and one audience profile and create an oral communication presentation that addresses the topic, has appropriate media for your session type, and meets the needs of your selected audience profile.
After you have crafted your oral communication presentation, Margaret has asked you to compose a post-mortem email that details and justifies the decisions you made in the construction of your presentation. This email should also include suggested modifications that you would make to your presentation, were you to give it again to a different audience using a different presentation type at COM-CON.
Your supervisor has asked you to create an oral communication presentation and a presentational aid for a presentation at an upcoming conference. As you create this presentation, address the following elements:
* Oral Communication Presentation: As you will be submitting your presentation to internal stakeholders before presenting at a conference, your supervisor has asked that you include detailed speakers notes in your presentation. The speaker notes should represent an outline of what you would say when giving the presentation. After choosing your presentation topic, audience, and presentation type, make sure to do the following:
* Select and develop main ideas for inclusion in targeted communication. After you have identified your topic, audience, and presentation type, select and provide support for main ideas that are consistent with your choices. In developing these main ideas, consider the following:
Is the information you included within the presentation based on the needs of your specific audience?
How does the information you have chosen address the needs of your specific audience?
Use language appropriate to the identified topic, target audience, occasion, and purpose. In your language use, consider the following:
* How does the language used in your presentation enhance your credibility as a presenter? Is your vocabulary consistent with the needs of your topic, audience, occasion, and purpose?
* Does it use complex/simple language based on the needs and characteristics of the audience?