Advance Communications- FOR ILLUSIONIST ONLY - 74529

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evelop a list of questions about a specific company for which you would like answers before you apply for a position. (You may develop your own or choose up to five questions from the list below.) Research five companies in your field and answer the five questions you have developed or chosen. Post your research on each company in paragraph form to this Discussion Area. Be sure to summarize, paraphrase, quote, and cite sources accurately per MLA guidelines.

Possible Questions for Research:

  1. How financially stable is this company?
  2. How many employees do they have?
  3. How often do they hire new talent?
  4. Do they have satellite offices?
  5. What is the turnover in this company?
  6. Does this company offer me any chance for advancement?
  7. What is the size and growth rate of the company?
  8. What is the history of this company?

Next select one of the five companies you researched and record a 3- to 5-minute extemporaneous presentation using the Business SWOT Analysis guidelines. Post your speech to the Week 3 Doc Sharing folder. Use the answers to the five questions you asked as a guide, as this information can fall under one of the four sections—Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Your presentation should follow an Introduction-Body-Conclusion format.

In the introduction, provide us with some background on the company: tell us who they are and what they do. Include an attention-grabber, a thesis statement, a preview of the main points, and a transition statement.

The body of the speech is the Business SWOT Analysis: tell us about the company's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Strengths are things the company does well; Weaknesses—things the company does not do well; Opportunities—conditions in the external environment that favor strengths; and Threats—conditions in the external environment that do not relate to strengths or favor areas of weakness. Do not simply list these items, but use complete sentences, supporting points, and transition statements from one point to the next. Remember, the body of the speech has four main points: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.

In the conclusion, reiterate the main points of the speech. Include transitional words such as, "In conclusion," or "To close," as you start this section. Remember to thank your listeners for their time and attention.

Your delivery must be extemporaneous in style. Demonstrate to the audience that you have a thorough knowledge and understanding of this topic. You must engage the audience with eye contact and gestures; so prepare and practice. Do not read from a script.

This speech will prepare you for a more thorough Personal SWOT Analysis that you will deliver in Week 6. If you encounter any technical difficulties, contact your facilitator.



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