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Demonstrative Communication Paper Lisa Flippen BCOM/275 Ted Koontz May 7, 2013
or shrug their shoulders. For example if I am in a meeting and someone is presenting a new idea or change they may feel I do not understand the information if I’m squinting up face. If the receiver gets the message without any questions needed or awkward facial expressions then the communication was positive and effective. and tone with the words we are trying to convey (Principles of Management.Demonstrative Communication 2
Demonstrative Communication is a type of communication that observes nonverbal cues. This can be ineffective or taken as negative demonstrative communication. To be effective communicators it is good to align our body. those lights are a form of nonverbal communication because it is telling you to either pull over or move out of the way. It is researched that when a person is lying they are more likely to blink a lot. This is why it is important to keep your body how you would want your words to say because the sender is not only listening but also reading your body language if need be. The may also feel I do not like the idea if my arms are folded and my nose is turned up. Demonstrative communication could be a person’s posture or eye and mouth gestures. and body language. 2013). facial expressions. This can
. This can also decide if the information was received in a positive or negative manner. maintain appearance. When there is nonverbal communication it is expected to be understood the same way as if it was verbal. This can be done between the sender and the receiver when the sender is communicating how the receiver is feeling or what he or she is thinking. Demonstrative communication can be good or bad depending on how the sender presents and how the receiver listens or responds. The information presented must be accurately communicated so that the receiver will understand. Examples of nonverbal cues include tone of voice. This is considered effective because you understood what the officer was communicating. shift their weight. An example of effective could also be if you were in your car and in your mirror you saw flashing lights.
Being a good listener is an important part of effective communication. This means maintaining eye contact. When we make contact when communicating or looking deep into the eyes of a loved one we are communication love and affection and smiling communicates that we are happy and pleasant.Demonstrative Communication 3
be important for a judge if they have to decide whether a person is guilty or not based on the facts they are presented and ready the body language of the accused. The receiver automatically feels as if the sender is trying to come off mean and assertive. 1998). It is a form of listening and responding that focuses all attention on the speaker. Asking questions at the end of the presentation would be a way of responding effectively so that the sender would know you were paying attention. not having your arms crossed and even taking the time to jot down information so that they sender knows you are listening. Eye contact is a great way of communicating. Active listening is a way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding (Conflict Research Consortium. If a person has a harsh tone then that will immediately alert the receiver and have them defensive. No message will be received or understood if the senders tone comes across as nasty or confrontational. If the sender does not want this type of assumption then it is important for them to use a warm. and upbeat tone that tells the receiver there is no need to be defensive and that this conversation will be friendly or upbeat. The tone of your voice can also affect how people respond to you when you are trying to communicate. If someone passes or sees a person that they dislike their body language will change communicating that they do not like someone one nearby and that there may be confrontation. When you do this someone standing beside you will be able to receive from you that there is someone close whom you do not like at
Gestures whether by hand or body is another example of demonstrative communication that should be evaluated to make sure it is not taken the wrong way. but that is not necessary when communication nonverbally. Either way when you see this you understand that noise is not permitted in the area that you are located. Another example of a gesture is putting your finger up to your lips. You have to look for verbal and nonverbal communication because sometimes people do not understand something but are too afraid or stubborn to say so. Demonstrative Communication should be a well-developed skill in order to have meaningful understanding and correspondence. this just lets people know that something is ok or good but this keeps from having to say it verbally. Also a gesture that you do not know something could be the shrug of the shoulders or throwing your hands up in the air. Rolling of the eyes can say that you do not want to hear the information or that something has irritated you. Putting a thumps up is another form of nonverbal communication. Nonverbal communication will help decide what type of response the speaker or sender will receive from the receiver. Before deciding to communicate some information to a group or individual. When this happens you can normally look at their face or body language to be able to tell if they are getting all of the material. Some people follow this with the word Shh.
. that is communicating that there needs to be silence or someone needs to be quiet. learn the different types of communication so that you are able to interpret if the receiver or groups of people understand the information that you are presenting.Demonstrative Communication 4
all. For example if you make eye contact and you gesture with your hand for them to come to you there should be no way for them to misinterpret that because it was straight to the point.
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