Professional Communication

Please respond in your own words. No citations or references needed.
1. Review the facts in the scenario of your choice and keep these elements in mind as you compose your email in response to it. Remember, the focus of this is to acknowledge the issue within your chosen scenario and send a request, via email, to arrange a discussion of the issue.
• Choose one of the professional scenarios outlined in this document:
• Use the names from the scenario in your To, From, Subject, and Signature areas.
• Write a professional email message from one of the character’s perspectives as outlined in your selected scenario.
• Address the email to another character in the scenario regarding the communication issue provided in the scenario.
• Use the form from Figure 5A in the text to format your email.
• While your message must take the form of an email.
• Craft an email message that summarizes all relevant facts of the scenario, requests a face-to-face meeting to discuss the relevant facts at a specific day and time, and uses language and tone appropriate for the recipient.
• Format your email using the standard form of Figure 5A in the text that has a descriptive subject line, a professional greeting/salutation, and a signature.
2.Writing with your audience in Mind:

Business Communications discusses thinking about your audience and adapting your message to that audience’s needs and concerns. Watch the short video (see the link above). Then, list 2 things you learned about audiences and explain how you will adapt your own messages in the future in an explanation of 6-8 sentences.


Approximately 250 words