The idea for critical reflection is to encourage you to dig a bit more on a single topic and give it that personal reflection.
People are often asked to write about a topic; they then proceed to regurgitate from books or articles about the topic without really learning anything unless it actually relates to their own world.
For example, consider the topic of cultural communications. While you could write books on the differences between cultures and how they communicate, it would mean more to you personally if you were to write about a situation where you may need to communicate with someone, who due to their culture, gets very animated when they talk. This might come off to you as being loud and bossy. On the other hand, you might have a communication situation where someone simply agrees with you because they do not like to get into personal disagreements.
The following course outcome is assessed in this Assignment:
GEL 1.02: Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English.
Instructions: Access the rubric and then write a minimum 500-word critical reflection paper in APA format with an additional title and references pages in response to the checklist items. Submit your response to the Dropbox.
- Describe in your own words the difference between professional sales and non-professional selling.
- Reflect on how you might use what you learned in this course regarding professional selling whether you enter a sales career or other career path.
- Use all six parts of the critical reflection as outlined in the critical reflection document below.
- Your reflection should be a minimum of 500 words and you are to include a minimum of this course to add value to your reflection. Include an additional title page and references page, double-spaced, and in APA format.