Comunicarea si Relatii Publice la nivelul Organizatiei - Communication and Public Relations within the Organization (Romanian version)
Classical communication scheme can be considered a process that involves wo or more persons, aimed in the proces of transfering of information. Information is encoded in the signs, which are generally entirely arbitrary in relation to what they signify. A word does not describe everything, always left something to say. General Semantics is a practice designed to release from the constraints of formal language, governed by the laws of Aristotelian logic. Basic features of communication and public relations are: Working in multidisciplinary teamsProfessional Development Interactive Communication Interpersonal Communication Planning your own activity Making materials Organization of events Organization of integrated campaigns Evaluation of effectiveness of public relations programs Participate in effective communication in organization Maintaining relations with the media Preparation of working meetings During this course students will learn basic elements of communication and public relations within organisations, and also how to manage all the instruments related to public relations.
Volume (Year): 4 (2010)
Issue (Month): (June)
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