Writing Style APA
BCOM/275 - Business Communications and Critical Thinking
Date July 8,2013
When the question, “What do you think of when you hear the word communication?” is asked, usually the first or second response is “speaking." Of course that is an important component, but the area of non-verbal communication, research indicates, is more “telling” us thoughts that the words that we speak. Non-verbal communication is a very crucial but often neglected area. Demonstrative Communication is a type of communication that observes non verbal cues. Examples of non-verbal cues include tone of voice, facial expressions, and body language. Demonstrative communication is one where gestures are employed. Better known as non-verbal communication, it deals with the sending and receiving of messages. For some individuals, aligned body language is just a natural part of their communication. For others, it is more of a challenge. The crucial elements needed to improve your nonverbal communication include your awareness of its importance, the various meanings of body language and your willingness to begin to apply these ‘silent” behaviors during your opportunities to engage with others.
Communication can also do with someone’s facial expression, tone of voice, and body language. This can explain more in detail how the message can be delivered or said in any message. Examples of facial expressions can be positive or negative, depending on the person. A smile would be a positive expression, and it is said that positive facial expressions are known more and faster than a negative facial expression. When people give a frown or bad look it is known they, have a negative facial expression. For example, we may combine a frown with crossed arms and unblinking eye gaze to indicate disapproval. Concerning any kind of facial expression it can mean different communication within a person negative or positive. When handling something with...
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