Nicholas B. Seay
Demonstrative Communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication which is the display of ones feelings or opinion through facial expressions, body language, and/or tone of voice. These all play an inessential role in showing how an individual feels about a statement or message received. They also play a role in displaying the context of the idea from the sender to the receiver which can reflect upon the audience’s point of view of the message being received which all can be effective or ineffective towards the sender and receiver giving it an overall positive or negative outcome.
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Although these can be seen as negatives, if the reader acknowledges these, they can become very useful towards the end of the conversation turning them into a positive. Maybe some individuals do not fully understand what is being said? Could also mean that the audience has a different view on the idea or opinion, if the reader just ask general questions showing that he/she was aware of the audiences dismay such as: “I noticed that some of you seemed either disconnected to the message or disagreed with part of it, please feel free to ask any questions or add any information.” This allows the audience to express some feedback from their nonverbal expressions and allows you to realize whether or not the message being delivered was effective.
One must think as the sender of a message, when an audience’s body language symbolizes a general lack of interest or some individuals seem they are not fully grasping the concept that somewhere along the line you are not presenting the message properly. Even the sender can demonstrate nonverbal communication with the audience which gives the audience the feeling that you are either...