COM 127 Communication Role Comparison Graphic Organizer Template

COM 127 Communication Role Comparison Graphic Organizer - Jaylen White Select three business-centric communication roles to compare and contrast using the graphic organizer below. You must include at least one reference cited in APA format. Information in brackets [ ] should be used to guide your response and removed before you submit your assignment.
Interpreters and Translators Public Relation Specialists Editors Communication Types and Channels: Both speak, read, and write in at least 2 languages fluently; they sign in ASL, they provide oral interpretation and facial and mouth gestures, cued speech, they work remotely as well as in person and there are simultaneous, consecutive and sight translation interpreters. Communication Types and Channels: press releases, media outlets such as: news, print, radio, television broadcast and social media outlets Communication Types and Channels: Books, newspapers, periodicals, websites, television and advertisement Stakeholders: Healthcare professionals, legal and judicial System utilizes this service, authors in the literary field, and those individuals who are deaf and blind Stakeholders: Consumers, investors, reporters and other media specialists Stakeholders: Book, magazine and journal authors, reporters, PR firms, news stations, television broadcasters Unique Skills: Ability to communicate in multiple languages, read and write fluently in other languages, detail-oriented, excellent people engagement skills Unique Skills: Excellent communication abilities, understanding of social media, creativity, excellent writing ability, attention to detail and excellent relationship building and engagement Unique Skills: Effective writing skills, language skills, creativity, detail oriented, excellent interpersonal skills Mission, Vision, and Values: National Association of Interpretation: Mission Statement: Inspiring leadership and excellence to advance heritage interpretation as a profession. Vision: NAI is the recognized voice of Interpretation. Some Core Values: Believe that Interpretation is important in accomplishing the missions of member organizations, believe that professional development builds stronger organizations and more capable professionals. Mission, Vision, and Values: PR Agency One - Mission: To deliver world class creative and strategic communications which are underpinned by quality measurement processes that are industry leading. Vision: To become a 3 million turnover PR agency which is well known and respected for delivering measurable excellence. Core Values: Respect, accountability, drive, and vision Mission, Vision, and Values: Essential Editing - Mission Statement: Provides the highest quality editing and proofreading services so that clients may produce purposeful, engaging and error- free content. Vision: Doing our job to the best of our ability will contribute to a better society, no matter how small the difference may seem or how great the task may appear.
Key Similarities Key Differences All entities work with various industries to provide communication services in some capacity. Different roles have some of the same unique skills sets: excellent communication, detail-oriented, creativity, great interpersonal abilities. Mission statements all speak to delivering top-notch services and excellence, Vision statements speak to being recognized and well known in chosen industries. Core Values: being professional and capable in the chosen fields. One area provides services in the way of translating and interpreting, the other markets products and performs advertisement to the public, the other edits and reviews content to reduce/omit errors. Due to the nature of profession - there is some slight variation in the client base that is served. Mission statements of all three are somewhat varied due to the difference in the occupational roles.
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