Verbal and Nonverbal communication
When we are communicating with verbal communication this involves a lot of the spoken word. Some principals of verbal communication are how you deliver your message, the tone you use, and the pitch of your voice. These principals are important in so many ways. When you are speaking with verbal communication it is important that you are confident in your message and be sure you know what you are talking about. Getting feedback in your communication is key to having a good conversation with others. If you are trying to communicate with someone that is hard of hearing it is important to speak clearly and slowly. Depending on the person that is receiving the message you want to speak in a tone that they understand and the communication that they would understand as well. If you are continuously having to yell at someone this message may not get across how you want it to. A message can be misunderstood because they are focused on the pitch and tone of your voice and they may think your upset about the topic you are trying to discuss. Empathy is a good way to communicate with others. Understanding where they are coming from in the conversation will help with the delivery of your message. If you are on the receiving end of the communication be sure to ask questions just to make sure that you understand the message that the sender is sending.
Nonverbal communication has a few principals and these are that when communicating with someone the key is the facial expressions, body language, eye contact, and open posture. These principals are a good way to communicate with someone nonverbally. When communicating without the spoken word the next best thing is the facial expressions that we use. These facial expression are what the receiver see’s when a sender is trying to communicate without words. Your body language is another part of communication that people use often when they are trying to get a point...
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