Unit VI Assignment Presentation to Executive Team Imagine you are the head of

Unit VI Assignment Presentation to Executive Team Imagine you are the head of

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Unit VI Assignment
Presentation to Executive Team
Imagine you are the head of Corporate Communication in an organization that has yet to embrace social media.
Assemble a presentation for the Board/Executive Leadership Team to persuade them that social media is necessary for
prudent and effective crisis management. Your goal is to gain their confidence, resources, and overall endorsement of
your plans to include social media in the organization’s crisis response.
Your presentation should be at least 10 slides in length with speaker notes included for each slide. There should also be a
title slide and a presentation slide not included in the 10 slides. (Resources for effective PowerPoint presentations can be
found on the Success Center’s Resources Page under Writing Resources and then Writing Skills:
https://mycsu.columbiasouthern.edu/student/learningresources/online/writing_resources/WritingSkills/ )
Make sure to include descriptions of at least three different social media tools, how each is being used to communicate
during crisis management, and rules for how to get your message across efficiently, effectively, and succinctly using these
Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided belo

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