April 24, 2013
Demonstrative communication is words or non-verbal words used to communicate with people. A person can communicate through words when speaking to an individual or a group. The non-verbal communication is expressions used when speaking the words. A person’s body language, eye contact, and tone can speak much to people when communicating. The sender is the person that will be conducting the communication, and the receiver will be the person who will read into the sender’s body language, tone, and eye contact to understand what the sender is trying to say. During this report, examples will be provided to provide a better ...view middle of the document...
The manager will use verbal and non-verbal demonstrative communication. A few examples of verbal communication is the manager enters the meeting room, and the manager may use a tone which is loud when speaking that will relay a certain type of demonstrative communication to the receivers that he is not happy with the department. If the manager does not deliver the message for each person to understand by using words that are not clear or coherent to the department, then the group could misunderstand what the manager is saying. Verbal communication should send out the message to be understandable for an individual or group of people. Sometimes the way a person relays the information is not conducted properly from the sender to the receiver to obtain positive feedback from the receiver.
A few examples of non-verbal communication is, if the manager has an expression on his face and it is cold or empty, this could send the message he was angry with the department. If the manager walked into the meeting with his arms crossed or stiff body language he may be showing the department how disappointed he is with them. This is a non-verbal communication to the group. Non-verbal is a method a person uses by body language or through gestures of body parts. Eye contact shows honesty and attentiveness, and it is the important component of demonstrative communication skills. Non-verbal communication is just as important as verbal communication to express the person’s feelings.
To have an effective communication, a person needs to relay the message effectively and deliver the message to the receiver that is a strong and clear message so the receiver does not obtain wrong or mixed feedback. A person who wants to have effective communication regardless if it is business or pleasure, the sender should see how they send the message or communicates to others. To...