In P1 I talked about types of communications used by Asda and these are Verbal, written, on- screen. In this task I am going to show you the advantages and disadvantages of each type of communication referring it to my chosen company and that is Asda.
ADVANTAGES OF VERBAL/ORAL
Oral communication or speech is often the preferred medium to exchange information in in informal situations since it provides a number of immediate benefits when attempting to pitch proposals and ideas.
* It’s easier to communicate verbally than any other way because you get to understand every detail that is being spoken by the other person. In Asda customers communicate with the staff members this is an advantage because they get to ask questions if they don’t understand the instructions clearly.
* Advantages of Oral Communication. Is direct and promises instant feedback. Speech is a trustworthy vehicle of communication when it is used to encourage or persuade during the course of only one exchange. Asda tend to start off their projects and proposals via face-to-face meetings since this tends to foster trust and persuasion.
Verbal communication allows the opportunity to give and receive immediate feedback. In a face-to-face conversation, there can be an instant exchange of ideas. In addition, questions can be asked and answered while the discussed topic is still on the table. If you are asking someone to do something, verbal communication can expedite completion of the task because it doesn't depend on e-mail or written clarification for questions before it can be done. If you are in a verbal conversation with another person, you can ask questions to immediately ascertain whether your instructions, goals and desires are clearly understood
DISADVATAGE OF VERBAL
* A disadvantage for this type if communication in Asda is when a language barrier occurs, if one person does not understand the other due to the fact that he or she does not