Assessment Type: Individual Reflection Report– 2,000 words.Purpose: The individual reflection report allows you to evaluate your knowledge and skills in the course. It is designed to encourage you to take ownership of your learning, performance and outcomes. This assessment contributes specifically to learning outcomes a, b, c and d.Value: 30% Due Date: 5:00 pm Friday of Week 11Assessment topic: Course Topic Reflection Assignment Submission: Upload to Turnitin through Moodle. Task details: You are to write a Reflective Journal on: 1.communicate at work or life 2.improve in future group work 3.how the readings, class activities, discussions observations and lectures have changed how you the things your assignment group did well or not so well, and consider what you could do to how you will go from here to become a better communicatorAssignment Format: A title page – Individual KOI cover sheet, signed. No Abstract or Executive Summary or table of contents is required. This report should have a heading and two or more sub headings for each topic. The written text should be right and left justified and double spaced throughout. Please use a single column format.A minimum of seven scholarly references in the Harvard Anglia style are required in order to pass this assessment. However, for a high mark, you will need to use many more scholarly references. Only one Internet (www) resources will be allowed. It is very important that you assess the internet resource used for credibility.Single spaced, font Times New Roman 12pt, Calibri 11pt or Arial 10pt. You are encouraged to use headings and sub-headings along with the use of a table in this assignment.TurnitinAssignment Alarm: You can check the assessment’s similarity by submitting it to Turnitin prior to the due date. However, you cannot make a resubmission after the due date, don’t make a mistake in submitting the wrong file. Ensure you do this assignment yourself. We are obliged to mark what is submitted at the due date and time.Please refer to the marking rubric for details about each marking criterion.