Dillon and McKenzie (1998) study and found that the most important factors that should be (passive voice provide more detail)analyzed for better listening are receiver apprehension, willingness to communicate, and readiness to listen, in addition to improving culture competence. To achieve intercultural skills is to avoid generalizations about other cultures, unless they are completely familiar. When listening is perceived to be required, the quality and intensity of a person is mediated by their attitude toward the concepts of listening competence and performance (Imhof & Janusik, 2006). Culture forms an individual’s worldview, and is especially pronounced when intercultural communication is attempted. To take into account the effects of listening, it is important to consider the speaker and the listener.
It's important to be careful when using certain common gestures. Don't assume that everyone in the world understands one gesture in the same way. Still, you can use basic gestures most of the time, then when you see a strange reaction from your listener, you can make sure to emphasize your real meaning by using words and a different hand
21. What matters among other factors in the counselling process is to have regard for clients because they are human beings and acknowledging as well as, recognising their abilities and capabilities to solve their own problems as the counsellor facilitates the
• Self-motivation. Channeling emotions to reach a specific goal. This is fundamental for paying attention, for self-motivation, for mastery and for creativity. People who have this skill tend to be more productive and effective. Recognizing emotions in others.
People need to ensure that others understand what they are saying. Words do not have meaning in themselves because people give the meaning of the words. The same words may therefore have different meaning for different people. Effective communication therefore demands that people work together to ensure that the meaning created is the same for all. There must be a sharing of meaning.
Teamwork allows members of a group, to rely on one another for support. A successful team must communicate well with one another, work hard, have the same mindset to succeed, as well as patience with one another. These are some important factors in making a team work well together. Belbin is a tool created by Meredith Belbin. This tool is used to help people understand the tendency to behave, provide, and connect with others in a certain way.
Practising what have learnt which lead to be a habit is good in fostering effective communication. First of all, during communication, it is crucial for every people to focus by stop doing and thinking and looks to the communicator; hearing just not enough yet but listen to the message and the meaning so that we will be able to avoid misinterpretation. Apart from that, be open minded by do not making a prejudgement. Instigate trust by set up the positive and open communication amongst member- this will lead to the effectiveness of any teamwork project in future. On top of that, making a humour in communication is encouraging as to avoid a boredom perhaps share a funny stories however it is important as long the joke and humour is not sensitive and become offensive.
With different perspectives and preferences one has to compromise for the team to progress and be productive; communication is the key to working together as a team and to keep the harmony amongst each other, treating one another with respecting and being able to express oneself in the way that does not diminish others or their opinions, but being able to be prudent. Punctuality is an important aspect to completing assignments, when we are on time thing a done in a good flow without much pressure and that helps to avoid missing out on other data/information which could be useful because of being rush (chasing after time).furthermore, have learned that the need for everyone to understand what needs to be done is essential and for that to happen, each member needs to arrive at the meetings in the specified
First, one needs to accept the fact that other people are as individualistic as yourself. They have both strengths and weaknesses and to be effective we have to know what they are, their modes of operation and their values so we can make the best use of them. The second part of relationship responsibility is "taking responsibility for communication" (p. 72). We need to know what others do and the importance of what they do. He observes that it is common not to ask these questions because
Everyone makes mistakes, and being a person of integrity does not mean one has never violated a moral or ethical principle. One’s integrity reputation of today is a birth result of practicing accountability to moral and ethical principles, and a product of valuable lessons from painful consequences of past misdeeds. Therefore, integrity requires humble introspection, not self-righteous declaration. So, being mindful of the fact that integrity is built over the long haul (Maxwell, John C. (2007), before one can truly embrace the notion of individual integrity, one needs to develop the ability to intellectually wrestle with the urge to rationalize away personal underlying faults and the related