SHC 31: Promote communication in health social care or childcare and young people’s setting.
1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate
The people communicate with each other and the varied methods of communication; how communication affects individuals and groups. Communication not only affects the professionals but the children and the relationships between the various people linked to the work place setting.
People communicate with each other on a regular basis. This is a key skill acquired from birth, a skill dominant in humanity since the beginning of time. It is a vital survival skill acquired learned enhanced and practiced to make perfect. The most basic of which is speech and body language. Communication is a tool with which we exercise our influence on others bring about changes in society, in ourselves, in our attitude and in our environment. Through communication we can motivate the people around us and can establish and maintain relationships. Communications make up a major part of our daily active life; and are a social requirement to mingle via communication. It is a social activity to verbally communicate, correspond by reading writing or even body language! Communication is the giving and receiving of information. Communication is not specific to methods which speech is relayed such as writing or reading but it is refined by caste, culture, and education. When people live in/belong to a certain society or caste or have similar educative backgrounds. This contributes to their mindset and behaviour and leads to better understanding of each other and in cases of different mindsets- creates misunderstanding. In this case the attitude and understanding and background of the person with whom we interact with our communication skills would seem to be imperfect and ineffective. Some reasons of communication
To provide and share information/ knowledge
Maintain and promote good...
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