I like to watch their facial expressions and body language to identify if they are comfortable and understand what I have to say. I am patient and look to the receiver for clarification that they understand what I am saying. If I am unsure of any message or instruction I ask people to repeat so that I don’t misunderstand what is being said. When I am talking I make sure that I am calm and clear to help the receiver to understand me, I often use hand gestures or if I can I like to show people what I am talking about. I make sure that I am clear on instructions, times, dates or location and if appropriate I like to have it written down.
A good verbal communicator is someone who listens well and can think and express ideas clearly. They should be someone who respects other people and makes them feel comfortable. They should have a good memory to make people feel listened to, and be patient and not rush people when engaging in conversation. In health and social care, verbal communication is useful to talk to everyone who can understand the same language as you, and who has the ability to understand it. To be a good non-verbal communicator they should have positive body language by making eye contact at points during the conversation, smiling, having good posture, use positive facial expressions and maybe use hand gestures or head movements to express their true meaning.
How to Establish Credibility as a Speaker What is “credibility” in a speech? It is people believe what a speaker says, and keep interested on what the speaker will say. Credibility refers to the perception that the speaker is knowledgeable, believable, and trustworthy. Credibility helps to determine the success of a speech and establish the respect and acceptance the audience shows the speaker. It sounds easy, but it is very hard to do in fact.
Things are only made harder for her when Josh moves back to Oxbrook and they become romantically entangled. The themes that are present in this play are the decisions that the youth of today face when they have finished school, the pressures involved in living in a small town. The characters in this play also have to challenge the negative mindset that the ‘townies’ have towards those who are leaving Oxbrook. The filmed version of the play Snagged was performed at the Queensland Academy Creative Industries Theatre in Kelvin Grove in April of 2009. The director Robert Kronk was successful in his manipulation of the elements of drama and dramatic conventions associated with realism such as tension, roles and relationships, space, place and mood to create a strong sense of dramatic meaning with the audience.
This is the ability to be you without pretence or façade. This is also called genuineness; it is the most important attribute in counselling according to Rogers, in this the counsellor is keen to allow the client to experience them as they really are, the therapist being authentic. Unconditional Positive Regard: (UPR) this is a non-judgemental, Respecting and accepting the other person as they are, Rogers believed that for people to grow and fulfil their potential it is important that they are valued as themselves. The counsellor has a genuine regard for the client, they may not approve of some of the client’s actions, but the therapist does approve of the client. The therapist needs an attitude of “I’ll accept you as you are.” The therapist must always maintain a positive attitude to the client at all times.
All individuals have the right to communicate through their chosen method and their choice should be acknowledged and respected when supporting them. Communication is a basic human right, without communication an individual is unable to realise or exercise their rights. 1.2 Ways in which my own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs would be to speak directly to the individual and not from across a room. By speaking to the individual face to face, communication can be absorbed better. It is also important that I speak slowly and clearly, using terminology that is at a level the individual can understand.
* Are able to empathise with the other person. * Experience warmth and genuineness in the relationship. Effective communication also requires the care worker to develop and use a range of skills, abilities and communication techniques. * Active listening – a person who uses active listening pays close attention to what the other person is saying and notices the non-verbal messages they are communicating. People who are good at active listening also tend to be skilled at using minimal prompts.
Teamwork can be a challenge because if you implicate the factors of teamwork ,with many different personality types and the issue of being a new nurse pulling everyone together there is trust issues, lack of communication because when you are new people are not really sure how to react around you. This then causes conflict with getting goals accomplished. So I had my staff give me different ideas of how to achieve teamwork and I put in my own feedback as well and here is a couple of things we had tried. We tried list of the residents that did not always work because what would happen
The factors that aid active listening are: Focusing on the individual, appropriate body language, maintaining eye contact, appropriate facial expressions, allowing sufficient time, making encouraging sounds, allowing pauses and allowing silence. (Some of these factors have been covered in Soler, the theory composed by Gerard Egan). The first factor is to allow sufficient time. In order to keep to this, practitioners must resist rushing a conversation. This is done to let the person know that the focus of interaction is on them.
This was a problem for Elizabeth as she had to do more to prove that she could be a good leader. This leads onto the fact that her sister Mary wasn’t a good leader so therefore there were low expectations of Elizabeth, This also meant Elizabeth had a lot to prove in order to be a good leader. Although this was a problem for Elizabeth, there were also positive factors to her gender. One of these was that Elizabeth was very good at using her flirtatious charm to get what she wanted. Another reason Elizabeth’s gender wasn’t too much of a problem was that she asserted her royal authority; it was her divine right to become the queen as god had chosen her.