You have just been appointed to head up the committee to plan the upcoming holiday party for your company, which employs around three hundred people. Susan, Mark, John, and Kathy have also been appointed to this committee. You have worked with Susan before and know that she will be a great worker. You have met Mark and Kathy, but do not know much about them. Unfortunately, you have heard that John can be difficult to work with. At any rate, you are really excited about planning this party and know that leading this committee will be a great opportunity to show your leadership skills. Based on this scenario and your understanding of how to write internal e-mails, respond to the following: Use graphic highlighting to create an e-mail draft you want to send to your committee members about an initial meeting to discuss the party. In the e-mail, include any information you think is appropriate to get everyone excited and onboard to make this the best holiday party ever. Then, respond to any two of the following: As you developed this e-mail, what did you consider including in the message? Why did you feel that was important to include? Were there any topics that you decided would be best not to include in this message? What were they and why did you choose not to include them? Were you concerned about how formal or informal this e-mail needed to be? Why? Is it ethical to include blind carbon copies (Bcc) in business e-mails? Give reasons for your agreement or disagreement. The information you have heard about John being difficult to work with has you concerned. Do you plan to communicate with him before the initial meeting? If yes, what method will you use to communicate with him? If no, why not?.