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Verbal communication refers to the form of communication in which message is transmitted verbally; communication is done by word of mouth or a piece of writing. Objective of every communication is to have people understand what we are trying to express. Verbal communication is further divided into: 1. Oral Communication 2. Written Communication ORAL COMMUNICATION Oral communication means spoken communication or communication through speech.
How the communication circle shows, the verbal communication is two-way process. It is necessary to listen and speak. Non-verbal: It is characterized by gestures, postures, facial expressions, body orientation, touch or contact, interpersonal distance, tone and rhythm of the voice. Each of these gestures, postures and expressions that accompany the words is not accidental but has a precise meaning. Knowing it allows us to understand the real intentions of others, to know what is the state of mind and to intuit what the other really thinks when he interacts with
Communication through language can only be successful when there is mutual understanding. Furthermore, communication may be verbal, utilizing oral language to pass on a message, nonverbal, inclusive of facial expressions, body posture and movement, pitch of the voice or written centered language. All
Let the other person know how you feel and what you would like to change. Make eye contact with the person and have an open, positive mind. Do not blame or accuse the other person, instead take responsibility for your own actions and role in the conflict. Use personal pronouns such as “I” and “me” instead of the accusatory “you”. Listen to the other person and truly try to understand how they feel and what they are trying to say.