Women’s conversation tends to emphasize feelings more, which may also think about feelings more. It is does not, however, mean that women are more emotional. It is perfect. It is possible that are just as emotional, but for social reasons they talk about their feelings less. Similarly, the fact that in most cultures men argue more about abstract things does not mean that men are naturally more logical, it just means that the things men prefer to talk about require logical argument more than they require expression of feeling.
The purpose of it also being delivered in a polite manner is so that the audience is not offended. If the audience becomes angered by the speech given, it is unlikely that they will agree or remember any of the points being made. The use of a passionate tone increases the speaker's ethos and a polite tone keeps the audience peaceful, and when combined helps the author achieve his purpose. The author of this piece is trying to convey a strong message that his audience is not used to hearing. His audience is used to being handed what they want and working very little and the idea that one who is below their status is equal if not better even if they fail is a hard concept to get across.
His precise word choice and literary devices makes the theme and moral of his speech so much clearer to the audience. The devices explain his work so much better than blad old cliches while making it much more fun to read at the same time. It also adds a person message to the piece, as if he wrote it to enhance your life. Sometimes what we're looking for is right there for us but were too burdened to even try to reach for it, sometimes we have to remember that this is
When a team is upbeat, positive, and in an overall good mood, this spirit is transferred to individual players. Results also show that when teams are happier, the athletes on the team tend to play better” (Carter) Since emotions can be showed in many ways and spread very easily, other people can pick up emotions as fast as the person who developed them. If a team is doing bad, and a few members seem down, those emotions may spread to the rest of the team and would affect how they would play. More studies have been done and scientists have found out that “...happy people tend to be in the center of their social networks and that happiness branches out as they join together with other happy people. They report that each additional happy friend increases your probability of being happy by about 9 percent” (Carter).
Face-to-face interactions can help with resolving issues for many reasons. One of which is the fact that when someone is face-to-face with someone else they can pick up on body language and facial expressions. Body language and facial expressions are one of the most important ways to determine someone 's true feelings without them needing to say directly how they feel. Additionally, with face-to-face interactions someone can pick up on audio clues and how people’s voices change with their emotions. This, as well as the body language and facial expressions, invokes empathy and makes understanding others much easier and more realistic.
Personally, I feel showing our children that compromising and compassion towards others brings people closer and makes it easier to communicate thoughts and feelings. Additionally, my journal partner and myself can adapt to most situations and the communication between each other is excellent. We both can speak up when the situation warrants us to and remain a bystander if that is what is required. We communicate well with each other and are direct with situations we need to relay. We do not dance around a topic, we can also usually tell when the other person is not being 100% truthful with expressing how they feel about a particular circumstance.
This in turn can be linked to improved service-user safety, because it allows for role relation and see their part in the service-user care pathway. It is perceived that multi-disciplinary collaboration when it comes to service-user care is linked to more positive outcomes and experiences (Clifton et al., 2007). Teams which are able to communicate and are well coordinated have a lower rate of error (Despins, 2009). An effective team can be achieved through an effective model of communication, where members of each profession can openly share their opinions and challenge the opinions of others, in the hopes of improving service-user care and thus service-user safety. However, this type of honesty can only work well when there is a mutual respect and understanding within a team.
People who have similar faith, personality and behaviours are more attractive. ‘When communicators are attracted to others they will converge in their conversations.’ (Turner & West, 2010) Nevertheless, people do not need to converge with their interlocutors all the time, to what extent people converge depends on their ‘desired social distance’. (Pardo, 2016) Converging normally increase the desire for further communication and enhance the attraction between the listener and the speaker, which means the person who converges would have a more positive appraisal and leaves a good impression on listeners. Thus the convergence is considered as the reflection of ‘an individual’s desire for social approval’ (Giles & Coupland, 1991) from his communicators, people are
According to Korn et al Communication is “using messages to generate meanings.” (9) How effective and competent our communication is can literally change our entire lives, the more we are understood the happier and more satisfied we are. In order to be a competent communicator one must have the ability to be aware of the communication climate one creates, be aware of the messages they send, and be able to send messages that are appropriate for the setting and audience they are taking place in. By being aware of all these factors a competent communicator is able to get their message across clearly and effectively and are able to be understood and maintain open back and forth communication. The first thing that makes a communicator competent is the awareness the communicator has in
It is the ability to truly recognize and understand the feelings and point of view of people around you. Empathetic people usually possess the ability to listen effectively and accurately to others and are normally excellent at managing relationships, improving communication, building trust and relating to others. The fifth component of emotional intelligence is social skills. Emotionally intelligent people have good social skills and are excellent at building and maintaining relationships. When you are highly emotionally intelligent, you no longer focus on your own success first and you always have other's best interests in mind.