BUS610 Wk5 Disc1
BUS610 Wk5 Disc1
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Date Created: 11/14/15
Describe how nonverbal feedback conveys powerful messages Provide an example where nonverbal feedback was used and describe the end result Respond to at least two of your peers for this posting Nonverbal communication allows the parties involved to discover unwritten or unspoken messages by paying attention to things such as posture eye movements and inattentiveness These cues will tell a speaker that the message is not getting through is confusing or that there are too many distractions in the environment B aack 2012 This scenario is a perfect example of Why the receiver of the message should be aware of his or her nonverbal cues paying particular attention to body posture and remaining focused on the speaker at all times Not only does the speaker gain confidence that his or her message is being received it also allows the listener to remain focused and actively listen to the message The same holds true for management who should be careful to show attentiveness and empathy when a subordinate is communicating with them showing that they are listening and able to understand the issue that is being communicated This comes into play especially when the manager is required to confront a subordinate with bad news which is similar to the necessity of doctors to establish the ability to pickup on their patients body language to truly understand the symptoms that plague them Molinuevo Escorihuela FernandezTeruel Tobe a amp Torrubia 2011 This type of attentiveness allows the manager to establish a rapport with and hopefully a relationship of trust and comfort leading to a more productive environment References Baack D 2012 Organizational behavior San Diego CA Bridgepoint Education Inc Retrieved from https content ashfordedubooksAUB US6 1 0 122 Molinuevo B Escorihuela R M FernandezTerue1 A Tobe a A amp Torrubia R 2011 How we train undergraduate medical students in decoding patients39 nonverbal clues Medical Teacher 3310 804807 doi1031090142159X2011588737
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