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Ch. 8 Communication

by: Ashlie Meckley

Ch. 8 Communication Mana 3318

Ashlie Meckley
Management Organizational Behavior
Janice Baldwin

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Date Created: 10/18/15
Ch 8 Commun tion Lecture October 7th 14th 0 Communication 0 Def evoking of shared or common meaning in another person 0 Occurs between 2 or more people 0 Def Oneway communication in which a person sends a message to another person and no feedback questions or interaction follows 0 Def Twoway Interactive form of essage communication in which there is an Sander 39 3quot Hemmer exchange of thoughts feelings or both 0 Def Gateways openings that break down communication barriers 0 Group 0 2 or more people 0 Basic Interpersonal Communication Model 0 Def communication between two or more people in an organization 0 Best communicators orally and written do b C mmunicat r o Perceptual Screens 39 COHfliCt I Def window through which one interacts with other 0 Affect ity accuracy and clarity of the communication I Quality clarity and awareness I Barriers 0 Factors that distort disrupt or even halt successful communication Feedback is possible Def Message thoughts and feelings that the communicator is attempting to evoke in the receiver 0 Def Language words their pronunciations and the methods of combining them used and understood by a group of people 0 Information Richness and Data 0 Data capacity I Def interpreted and unanalyzed elements of a message I Sending data to other people 0 Information richness I Def data that have been interrupted analyzed and have meaning to some users I Ability to evoke meaning 0 Reflective Listening 0 Def listening to a message and immediately repeating it back to the speaker o Skill to help communicator to fully understand and make sure they are actually delivered 0 4 Verbal Techniques o Affirming Contact I Provides reassurance communication attentiveness o Paraphrase I Paraphrasing what has already been expressed I Bolds empathy openness acceptance 0 Clarify the implicit I Bring out unspoken thoughts and feelings I Builds greater awareness o Reflect quotcorequot feelings I Restate important thoughts and feelings I Danger of overreacting o NonVerbal Techniques 0 Silence not golden I Speaker 0 Useful thinking 0 Determine how to express ideas or feelings I Listener 0 Sort out thoughts and feelings 0 Identify and isolate personality 0 Eye Contact I Useful to open relationship I Improves communication I Culturally driven 0 Moderate eye contact 0 No eye contact privacy or control 0 Asia don t look superior in eyes 0 Defensive Communication I Def Messages that are aggressive malevolent passive or withdrawn I Cause alienation hurt feelings and retaliation o Nondefensive Communications I Def Assertive direct and powerful I More favorable o Defensive Tactics I Power Play 0 quotfinish report by months end or lose yourjob o Overt aggression put down to gain dominance I LabeHng 0 quotyou must be a slow learner your report is still not done 0 To show someone is defiant I Hostile Jokes 0 quotcan you finish the report or are you to stupid Not good humor created at expensive of others 0 Nonverbal Communications I Def all elements of communication that do noninvolved words or language I Proxemics a b c d I Kinesis Def study of an individual s perception and use of space Territorial Space 0 Def bands of concentric spare radiating out of body 0 Differs based on culture Perception and use of space Intimate 0 Personal space 0 Closest to us no one can invade without permission in advance I Always have reaction Personal Distance o Friendship 0 Very to 18inch 4ft US 2ft Social Distnave o 4ft 12ft 0 Business associates coworker acquaintances Public Distance 0 Past 12ft US gt 6ft 0 Socially acceptable for strangers 0 Universal stick tongue out 0 Def Study of body movements and posture I Facial and EyeB o Commu ehavior nicate an emotional state reveal behavioral intentions cue the receiver or give unintentional clues 0 Universal smile I Paralanguage o Variatio o n in speech Pitch loudness tone speed Information Communication Technology ICT 0 Def extensive category of new developments in interpersonal communication that allow fast even imme Email Voicemail OOOO diate access to information Information databases Smartphone no guarantee of privacy 0 Video conferencing Written Communication 0 Formal reports I Annual and quarterly I Letter vs memos 0 Letter 3rel party 0 Memo In company


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