Argyles Communication Theory M1 Argyles Communication Cycle This cycle ensures you to get the message across effectively and correctly, and this is what the communication cycle is: 1. A person has an idea: You have an idea that you want to communicate, for example you see a friend and you already have the idea to communicate with then. 2. They code their ‘message’ (using words or non-verbal means): This is the process of transmitting the information that the recipient can easily understood like for example by choosing the right words, grammar and punctuation, body language and tone of voice. 3.
This theory was developed in hope that it could explain and predict how communication occurs between two people when communicating. Argyle said that communication is a skill that has to be learnt and practised to keep it up to date. Communication involves people sending, receiving and responding to someone‘s verbal or non-verbal messages. The communication cycle with an aim an idea that someone has had a thought, the message is then encoded into language that can be understood with the appropriate words. The message is then sent this can be done via speech, writing such as a letter or via technology i.e.
Understand Why effective communication is important in the work setting. Communication is the act of transferring information from one person to another. We communicate in a variety of different ways that may be verbal and non verbal. People communicate for a variety of reasons and it is essential to communicate effectively to build and maintain positive relationships. Some of the reasons people communicate are to express feelings, build relationships, gain understanding, pass on and receive information, share knowledge and opinions and to help us to anticipate and predict behaviour.
What we say, how we say it and our body language communicates a multitude of messages that are given and received consciously and subconsciously by using different communication methods. People communicate because they have information or ideas they may want to share with another person. It is important to remember that communication involves gestures, eye contact, writing, as well as speaking. 1.2 Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting. Communication affects relationships in many ways in the work setting.
For communication to be successful it has to be understood by the receiver and the ability to be replied to. This means that overall communication include speaking, reading, and listening skills. As communications moves from the author to the receiver, there is more than enough opportunity for its genuine meaning to become different or altered. For that reason, listening, reasoning and feedback is an
Communication is a major base for humankind. To be able to know and understand each other as different individuals, it is very important that communication takes place. Communication enables humanity to interact with one another; exchange information whether urgent or not or just general talk about different things going on around and within us. Communication is essential because it helps people to build relationships whether formal or informal, it also assists in encouraging and building diverse personalities amongst individuals. Communication has to be effective in order for there to be an agreement or compromise.
Effective written and verbal communication and being able to use a variety of interpersonal techniques promotes strong working relationships which will then lead to a good quality care for my service users. With service users I initially need to establish a service users ability, needs and preferences in relation to communication needs and develop a plan of action to provide appropriate support that meets the service users communication needs and methods. The assessment involves observation questions and regarding information on a number of areas including ways and their preference of communication by service users which support process of completing the service users person centred plans. Any changes to service users’ needs need to be recognized and care plans changed to support the changes. When conversing with service users I ensure I speak in an informal relaxed way I
Mdjor tlmct[ol1 Clients need to know that the interviewer has heard what they have been saying, seen their point of view, and felt their world as they experience it. Encouragers and restatements, paraphrases, and summarizations are basic to helping a client feel understood. Once clients' stories have been truly heard, the clients can be much more open to and ready for change. Knowledge and skill in these dimensions result in the following: Clarifying for the client what he or she has said. Clarifying for the interviewer what the client has said.
In this task I will be exploring the different types of communication available and how vital they are in a health and social care sector. If care practitioners have demonstrate bad communication skills it will have a negative impact on the image of the health sector and also on the service users in terms of not getting the care they need or not getting the right information about the care they are about to receive. In the health and social care profession, effective communication is absolutely vital as it allows health workers to carry out their jobs effectively and also good communication creates a good relationship and a strong bond between care workers and care receivers and also it enables care workers to to effectively carry out their work responsibilities by allowing them to work peacefully and effectively with their colleagues. People who suffer fro communication impairments are at a risk of being unable to effectively communicate with their health care providers which could have a negative impact of their health in form of the type and quality of care that they receive. They are different forms of communication available for example one to one, group, formal, informal, verbal, oral and so on.
They have a right to be able to express an opinion and it is our job to ensure that they are understood and listened to. We must also be able to communicate back to them, so they know that their opinion has been heard and understood. 1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them People communicate by talking, but they also communicate in other ways. Sometimes it is possible to tell if somebody is upset, even when they are saying to you that they are fine. We intuitively use body language and facial expressions which, if understood and recognized, can reveal to others our true emotions.