Bcom 275 Week 2 Demonstrative Communication

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Demonstrative Communication Lynn Gomez BCOM 275 March 25, 2014 Demonstrative Communication Communication is a form of transmitting information from one person to another or one place to the next by knowing what the sender’s intent is, as well as comprehending the context of the message, and acting upon it to be able to create a mutual understanding. Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication through facial expressions, body language, and tone of voice. It also includes the process of sending or receiving information and or messages. Facial expressions can be conceived by an individual positively or negatively depending on the facial expression someone might have. Smiling, grinning about something funny would be…show more content…
Also making sure the message was received correctly, and making sure it is comprehended and understood by the other person. (Effective Communication, 2012) Ineffective ways of communicating is when the sender’s information to the receiver was not understood and the receiver shall then ask for further detail on the message. Listening and responding plays a big role in demonstrative communication. For it to be effective the sender should double check to see if the receiver understands the message and it is clear to them. The receiver should confirm clarity by asking questions about information that is unclear. The sender’s tone of voice should be friendly, polite and pleasant; when the tone is in an aggressive manner the communication becomes ineffective due to the emotional state of an individual. This has a big impact on the effectiveness in communication. Positive communication between a sender and receiver occurs when active listening is used. Active listening is important because those who listen carefully to the speaker make the communication accurate between the sender and

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