Example Of Effective Verbal Communication

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Introduction Effective verbal communication consists of four major emphasis strategies, visual communication, signposts, internal summaries and foreshadowing, and repetition. I’ll discuss my understanding and take on all four and share which technique I find the most effective and which one I use the most in my job to enhance my messages. Visual Communication A way to capture your audience’s attention for your message is with the use of supportive visual aids. They can bring a deeper meaning to the message, and leave a lasting impression, sort of like a visual reference to the subject. The visual aids must be relevant to the content of the message otherwise you’ll cause more confusion and questions for the audience. An example of how visual…show more content…
Let’s take the US republican presidential candidate Mr Donald Trump for example, Mr Trump’s campaign message from the beginning has been about tightening immigration issues with regards to illegal immigrants. Now, even if you haven’t been following the elections, you’ll likely to to be aware that Mr Trump wants to build a big wall along the US borders as measure of border control. Why would this be so widely known? because he has repeatedly said this in almost all of his media reports and campaigns. You can’t help but get the message that Mr Trump’s mission is to build a great big wall. In my view he has used the art of repetition to deliver his message very effectively. Also, repetition can be used in an indirect manner to keep the audience hooked on the message being delivered. When aid organisations are fundraising and campaigning for sponsors they will share a lot of related images and information to support their cause and need for your help. World Vision, an international organisation for child sponsorship in poverty stricken countries do a lot of this, they produce t.v. commercials showing of the harsh conditions the children have to live in, and also how your donations are helping to better their lives. They also give statistics to support their message of…show more content…
Personally, I have found that visual communication is the most effective. The pictures not only add a personal touch to the message being delivered but, it can reach a wider audience if you do it well enough. For example, pictures allow those who are deaf or speak another language to get the message as
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