Effective Leadership Communication Infographic

Assignment Instructions:
You will create an infographic as a visual display of what you have learned in the course so far (see attached presentations and additional materials). You will explain what you learned about communication for leaders applicable to being an effective communicator personally and developing effective organizational communication messages.
Create the infographic as something you could use at your job to help other leaders to know about effectively communicating at work. Refer to the article Data Storytelling: How to Effectively Tell a Story with Data (Harvard Business School Online).
Link: https://online.hbs.edu/blog/post/data-storytelling
Your group infographic should be aesthetically pleasing and considerate to a variety of audiences.
The the attachment labeled “Collaboration Paradigm Accessibility” is a copy of the assignment guidelines formatted as an infographic for you to have an example for your work.
Once the infographic is built, please include a descriiption of approximately 300 words explaining the components of the infographic.
The attached presentations are supporting materials from Communication Skills for Business Professionals (2nd ed.). Lawson, C., Gill, R., Feekery, A., Witsel, M., Lewis, M., & Cenere, P. (2019).
The textbook for the course is Messages: The Communication Skills Book (4th ed.) McKay, Davis, and Fanning (2018).
Read the following chapters:
Part I: Basic Skills
Chapter 1: Listening
Complete the chapter exercises from 1.2 through 1.4 to analyze your listening and consider what you might want to change.
Part II: Advanced Skills
Chapter 7: Transactional Analysis
Chapter 18: Influencing Others
– http://youtube.com/watch?v=K6MFiHIp2v8
– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwB7NAvKPeo
Infographic example links:
– http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/
– http://www.dailyinfographic.com/
– http://blog.visme.co/quick-infographic-maker/
– https://www.ted.com/talks/david_mccandless_the_beauty_of_data_visualization?utm_campaign=tedspread–a&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare

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