Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
March 25, 2014
When communicating to anyone, you use language, body movement, face gestures, or you can communicate through internet. There are many different uses for communication, but sometimes when communicating to another person, it can be rude when saying things that can hurt him/her. You need to watch out when communicating and you need to make sure that you are communicating correctly. Verbal and nonverbal communication is one segment of communication where you can see a lot as an everyday thing.
Principles of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
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The Three Principles that the Student thinks are Critical for Effective Communication
The three principles that I think are critical for effective communication are that everyone speaks with a different language, everyone’s vocabulary isn’t the same, and when you follow ideas for effective verbal communication as one way to move closer to understanding it. When you look around, not everyone aren’t speaking the same language as you are. They came from different parts of the states in the U.S or a different country. Everyone’s language is unique because they grew up to speak that language and many came to the U.S to learn English as their second language which took time for them to understand. Many people have accents from their native language, but soon progresses and their accent can change because of the new language they got used to speaking, that is English. Everyone’s vocabulary isn’t the same as well. We all speak and sometimes our words come out differently unexpectedly and that can confuse the other person. When I speak, I sometimes confuse myself when I mess up with my own vocabulary. When you follow ideas for effective verbal communication as one way to move closer to understanding it, you should know what you are saying in a positive way. When speaking to another person, you use hand gestures and face expressions to show that you care about what you are saying to the other person, even when you listen to that person, you should also be seen in a positive way.
One Personal Experience with a Difficult Verbal or Nonverbal Communication
A personal experience with a difficult verbal or nonverbal communication was when I would have talks with my father about serious things that I have done which I shouldn’t have done in the first place. I would be talking back to him with a negative attitude, bad hand gestures, and be looking away. I have a bad habit on being like that and in the end, I know what I have done wrong and I apologize for all the bad gestures I have done in a negative way when talking to my father about a situation. I do learn from my past mistakes and I would want to fix it if I can, but I move on and forget what I have done and I am careful with what I am doing now, especially when communicating in a positive way to anyone even if it’s at home, at work, or with friends.
How the Student could use These Principles to Promote Communication in a Health Care Workplace
I could use these principles to promote communication in a health care workplace by increasing...