Communication is the act of getting a point across. Individuals use demonstrative communication every single day of their life’s, because demonstrative communication includes everything, may it be facial expressions, body language, tone of voice and even verbal communication. “What we have to say may be important, but the words we choose to say it with can be equally important.” (Moore, Parker, Rosenstand, & Silvers, 2009)
One often uses demonstrative communication to reinforce a point. If I have verbally communicated to my son that I would like him to ...view middle of the document...
A customer that calls for questions isn’t going to want someone who has a very soft and low tone that can hardly be heard. If the individual then makes it to a face to face interview then that’s when body language, facial expressions and even how you are dressed can communicate what kind of individual you are. If the individual doesn’t come professionally dressed then that person is communicating that they do not care for this position or they must not need the job as bad as others who do care and did dress professional. Demonstrative communication is everywhere and used all the time and it’s so crucial that we critically think before we demonstrate anything to anyone especially a future employer.
Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication. As humans we wear our feelings so that everyone can see. When meeting new people you can tell by their body language what type of person they might be. Body language is nonverbal communication that can assist you to see what kind of a person you are communicating with. It can tell you if the person is shy or if the person is just not a friendly. How can you tell? For example if my major were law and I have to give out a lot of handshakes when meeting new clients I want to make sure that my handshake is firm and convincing. I wouldn’t want someone to shake my hand and have my hand shake feel like they are picking up a dead fish. My hand shake is going to speak many words for me before I even...