1. Understand Interpersonal Communication Techniques 1.1 Explain verbal and non-verbal communication techniques Working within a business organisation, it is important to use verbal communication. This type of communication is effectively the messages you send through words when speaking to others, it is used in everyday life as well as non-verbal. It is important to use verbal communication effectively, the types of verbal communication are Interpersonal communication and public speaking are the two main ones. When communicating with others, it is very important to show a positive impression using non-verbal, this can determine how your verbal communication is received by others.
Critically Evaluate the Role of Non-Verbal Communication to Interpersonal Interaction DT303 Essentials of Communication Amy McKiernan C14713861 Principals of Nonverbal Communication Wood, J. (2011) highlights nonverbal communication is all forms of communication besides using any words themselves. It can vary from the way we interact with people to our own unique personal image (dress code, our economic class etc. ), our communication patterns or how the environment surrounding us affects us (heating, lighting). Similar to and Different from Verbal Communication Verbal Communication and Nonverbal Communication both have their similarities and differences.
Communication is critical to continued human development throughout our life span. It is what allows us to share thoughts, feelings, wonderings, and knowledge with others. Whether you are a verbal or nonverbal communicator, the vast majority of communication we do is through nonverbal channels. So if nonverbal communication makes up a substantial portion of our communicative experience, what does it involve? Many of us associate facial expression and gestures with nonverbal communication, but these are not the only two types involved.
The verbal skills that I am demonstrating are a strong positive feeling about the topic during the entire presentation, the voice is clear, pronounced most of the words correctly and most of the members can hear the presentation. The non-verbal communication skills that I improved on our consistent use of direct eye contact with the audience, but still returns to notes and made movements or gestures that enhance articulation. The verbal skills that I have demonstrated this semester during my oral presentations because I use flashcards and add extra information based on Cosmetology, Stress Management, and Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence. The non-verbal skills that I have demonstrated this semester during my oral presentations are learning how
Chapter 6 – Benchmarking and Engaging with Effective Social Skills "I consider social skills a bit like learning a language. I've been practicing it for so long over so many years I've almost lost my accent." — Daniel Tammet, English essayist, novelist, translator, and autistic savant Obviously, some people find it easier to listen and talk confidently and relax naturally around people. However, just like with any other set of skills and anyone else, you can learn, develop, and enhance social skills. Training yourself with social skills is a key factor in building social confidence.
For example when a person meets someone they know they smile and say “Hello”. There are in fact six ways that we use non-verbal communication with verbal communication (Knapp 1978 cited Thompson 2009 pg113). These are substitution, accentuation, repetition, contradiction, complementing and regulation. As practitioners there is a responsibility that each child learns each of these. It happens subconsciously, they learn by exposure.
People use non-verbal to express emotions and interpersonal attitudes, greetings and bring forward one’s personality. The non-verbal communication defines the distance between the communicators and helps them to exchange their emotional state of mind, the non-verbal acts as a barrier to communicating effectively as the recipient could not understand what the sender is trying to say and may interpret it
I learned about how to communicate properly by saying about 6 words at a time. As it limits the words that I speak each time, I deliver a small amount of info to the other, which makes them easier to understand. If I talked within a few seconds, I don’t think many of them can fully remember what I said. I also learned to speak slowly, so that the others can catch what I said. If I was speaking too fast, they may not be able to catch the whole sentence.
However, if you wait and establish eye contact after they have answered the question people typically continue talking. If they don't continue talking then try raising your eyebrows. To be productive and have a great mood make sure your environment is clean and organized. If you want to get really motivated and be productive make sure your space is clean. It is a known fact that this causes people to be more productive.