Prompt: Recently, you submitted an application to be considered for a newly created communication specialist position at ABC Athletics. This position reports to the communications director, who previously worked alone and handled all of the communication needs of the company. Due to increased sales and the many demands aligned with social media and the digital environment, ABC has approved the hiring for this new position.
In your application, you explained that you are currently pursuing a masterâ€™s degree in communication. You were granted an interview with communication director Sally Jones and did very well. You have been asked to come back for a second interview to present a PowerPoint presentation for Ms. Jones, human resources director Ron Green, and the owner of the organization, John Smith. During the presentation, you must cover topics that highlight your current knowledge of communication, showcase your potential as a contemporary communicator, and outline your planned development process within the realm of communication.
For this milestone, the following critical elements must be addressed:
III. Ethical Communication Methods
A. Explain the value of ethics in delivering accurate and balanced communications in a fast-paced contemporary environment. Support your explanation with specific examples.
B. Illustrate the need for empathy and compassion in creating specific communication efforts in support of culturally diverse audiences to ensure comprehension.
C. Identify recent, contemporary examples in which ethics were not considered in the communication messages, and suggest recommendations for correcting these situations and ensuring that ethical communications are created and distributed in the future.
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format. One of your sources must be from a scholarly source outside of the resources provided in the course.