During a conversation, have you been explaining something and the receiver of the message was slouched down in a chair, unable to maintain eye contact with you, and yawning periodically? If you noticed this, you perceived the person to be bored with what you were talking about or bored with the speech in general. Their body language, facial expressions, and lack of eye contact said what they did not say outloud. This example can help you understand the defition of demonstrative communication.
Demonstrative communication is defined as non-verbal and unwritten communication. This includes such things as a persons facial expressions, ...view middle of the document...
In this scenario, the situation is deemed ineffective and shown in a negative light for both the sender and the receiver. The sender is not drawing the employees attention because they are acting like they does not want to be there and wants to progress through the meeting to move on with the rest of the days business.
In this scenario, demonstrative communication proves to be positive and effective in delivery of the message that is trying to be relayed. In the scenario, you have been called into a business for a job interview. On the day of the interview, you arrive early clean shaven, dressed in a pressed suit, and a bright smile on your face. When you go back for the interview to start, you shake hands with the interviewer and introduce yourself. During the interview process, you maintain proper posture, maintain eye contact with the interviewer, and when asked a question, you answer in a tone that relays that you’re confident. In the interviewer’s eyes, you are seen as a professional, confident, motivated individual, and you show that you are actively interested in the way you have presented yourself. In this situation, the message proves itself as effective and positive as a whole.
In demonstrative communication, you are always listening to the sender of the message so you have an understanding of the message being sent, and you can effectively answer their question or questions. In the first scenario, you are...