Verbal Communication Is A Form Of Communication

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Verbal communication is the form of communication that the majority of the world uses today it’s expressed in spoken words. Non Verbal can be conveyed with a smile, frown, rolling of the eyes and in some case the wink of an eye. Facial expressions behavior plays a big part in non verbal communication. Our expression will say things to others that we want say out loud. Gestures are another form of non verbal such as pointing, crossing of the arms and clapping of the hands or all gestures that are non verbal. Appearance is often over looked when we think of non verbal communication. When see someone in boots, blue jeans, leather vest, and tattoos we assume that they are a biker that just one example appearance communication. Face to Face is a preferred method that is used to close the deal deals with body language 50%, tone of your voice 40% and your words 10%. Formal communication covers two areas and we use it at work in the office and social gathering. The first types of formal communication is upward this takes place every day without many of us taking it in to consideration it is when someone in a lower position talks to someone in a higher position. Much like when a team member is talking to a team leader this is known as upward communication. Downward communication is when a higher position person talks to a lower position person such as the boss talking to his employees. Informal communication is the everyday communication that most of perform daily with our family and friends to relay information. Within informal communication there are three categories first you have lateral communication. This is when friends and coworkers on the same level can speak freely without the supervisors around. This is per... ... middle of paper ... ...always benefit the team making their relationship stronger. There many ways that a team may communicate depending on the team. Let’s start with sports most team in sports use plays to communicate which are sketches or drawings that show each member on the team where they should be and what they will be doing once the play starts. An orchestral conductor communicates to his orchestra with a baton. Both of these forms of communication are nonverbal. This type of communication causes you to pay closer attention all the details to make sure you don’t miss anything. References Cherry, K. (May 09, 2017) 9 Major Nonverbal Behaviors. Hoffmann, D.M. ph.d./th.Hoffmann-Rondeau Communications.
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