Written And Oral MessagesWrittenOral
1.Put down in a form to be read; notspoken or oral
1.Having to do with the mouth; given by mouth, as in an oral solution.2.Oral more about spoken such as presentation, speech and etc3.Examples of spoken communicationthat is used in the workplace includeconversations, interviews, counselling/ helping colleagues, meetings,conferences
1.Writtencommunication isgood for complicated andvital instructions,which can begiven in a preciseand uniformmanner.2.There is a lesser chance for themessage to bemisunderstood.
Writteninstructions can be checked at alatter date. Itserves as a usefulreference.4.Authority istransmitted moreeffectively with awritten order thanwith an oral one1.It is impersonal.2.People may notalways readthem.3.It does notanswer questionsand there is noimmediatefeedback.
It also spend a lotof time.5.Structure or sentence word,grammar might be wrong1.Can express our feeling andopinion2.The audience can be attractive3.Oralcommunicationallows for immediatefeedback such asthe opportunity toask questionswhen themeaning is notentirely clear.4.Spokeninstructions areflexible andeasily adaptableto many diversesituations.1.Sometime theaudience can’t pay attention because of the place,environment.2.Must be good invice versa our objective3.Poor presentationof the message or the instructioncan result inmisunderstandingand wrongresponses.
Spokencommunication isinfluenced by both verbal andnon-verbalcommunicationsuch as tone or body languagewhich may skewthe meaning of your message inthe mind of thereceiver.