Clayton Hoss Peaker
March 12, 2013
There are many forms of demonstrative communication, which include nonverbal and
unwritten communications. The big three are facial expressions, tone of voice, and body
language. In this essay the author will explain how these forms of communication can be
effective and ineffective, positive and negative, and for the sender and receiver. The author will
get in-depth on the top three forms of nonverbal and unwritten communications. The pros and
cons of these three. When done with this essay he hopes you will have a better understanding
of demonstrative communications.
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The tone of a presenters voice is another key in demonstrative communications. When
a customer hears your voice on the other end of the line, they imagine the person behind the
voice. If they like what they hear, chances are they will perceive you as knowledgeable and
confident. (filek, 2001). Tone of voice is a key in pitching some thing if the audience can not see
your face. It could be effective if you can sound knowledgeable and confident in what you are
talking about. It will be ineffective if you sound like Ben Stein and just dole and boring. I do not
know how clear eyes sells so much product with him as a spokes men. A positive tone of voice
will help in the fact that if you are being positive the person will be more inclined to listen. A
negative tone of voice will probably send the listener running. The sender can keep the
receiver listening with his tone of voice or you can get tuned out by the receiver by it.
A presenters body language is extremely big in demonstrative communications. Body
Language is therefore very relevant to management and leadership, and to all aspects of work
and business where communications can be seen and physically observed among people.
(chapmen, 2012). Body language is key if you are in a leadership role. If your subordinates se that