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Practice eating a business meal. Imagine that you're taking two or three clients out for lunch. With your classmates, arrange a meeting time at a local restaurant or a dining hall on campus. Assign roles: one of you will be the host, and the others will play various levels within the client organization—director, assistant director, and manager. If...
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Bank on Me Bank on Me, a financial services company, is hiring for its Finance Management Training Program. In this company scenario, you'll see employment communication from the other side of the table—the employer's perspective—and will learn to do the following: ● Evaluate employment communication against given job requirements. ● Practice inter...
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Follow up after an interview. Have you had an interview in the past, and the interviewer never got back to you? Or have you sent a résumé and not received a response? Think about one of these situations, and write an email to follow up. Exchange drafts with a partner to make sure your request is clear and your tone is appropriate.
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Practice introducing people at work. Assume the role of Pat Gibson, catering director for Writeaway Hotels. You're expecting Carly Singleton, an event manager and important potential client from Atlanta, for a business meeting at 10 a.m. Carly will be accompanied by Eunji Shun, who reports to her. You've met both of them once before. Working with o...
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Practice dressing up for an interview. With your classmates, agree on a date when everyone will come to class dressed for a job interview. If you're shy, you can meet in small groups to give each other feedback. If you're bold, have a fashion show. One person at a time can walk in front of the class for feedback. Be kind, of course. Give each other...
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