October 21, 2013
Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communications. Facial expressions are the most common among all nonverbal communication. Demonstrative communication reinforces verbal communication. For example, dressing properly, and a friendly demeanor can tell you a lot about the kind of speaker it will be during a presentation. Demonstrative communication can be done by nonverbal action for example, a smile on a person’s face when giving a speech or presentation, the facial expressions would be a form of positive communication.
Positive verbal communication skills will help to effectively connect with people. By speaking clearly, and being direct will force the audience’s attention. Positive communicators ask about others rather than focusing on themselves, and telling a joke when appropriate go along ways in keeping their attention. Negative verbal communication can lead to difficulties in interpersonal and professional relationships. This can create hostilities as well as decreased work productivity. Both the sender and receiver should pay attention to others in the process, which can include making eye contact, listening intently and avoiding distractions.
Nonverbal communication, is a very important form of communication. The body language we make for example, eye contact, posture, body movements, and tone of voice sends a message positively or negatively. The way we listen, look, move, and react tell the sender of the message whether or not the receiver of the message cares and how well the receiver is listening. Examples of positive body language include standing up straight, making eye contact with peers, and nodding occasionally to show attentiveness. Likewise, people can make poor impressions on others by displaying negative body language. This includes failing to make eye contact, slouching, crossing your arms or...