Demonstrative Communication

Demonstrative Communication
By: Michael S Pepper
Instructor: R. Garth Ferrell

    Demonstrative communication is the verbal, nonverbal, written or unwritten ways that human beings use to communicate with each other, especially in a business environment. It can be effective to the issue or agenda for the future, but if not used properly to the type of communication needed to the sender or receiver   the message or discussion may be ineffective depending on distractions and on how people approach one another when deciding to communicate, how we choose to communicate will justify whether the outcome could be positive or negative in the communication with each other, if face-to-face or through a telecommunication device, the tone of voice and body language in junction with the verbal or nonverbal communication   will either have an effective or ineffective response during communication.“Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication and involves such things as facial expressions, tone of voice, and body language” (University of Phoenix, 2011, Course Syllabus). Nonverbal or written is the action of facial expressions, body language, etc. that we use because of the reaction to the discussion when we communicate nonverbally or during a presentation. The verbal or written would be the tone of our voice, along with the body language and the words spoken or written in this paper. This paper will be describing how we as individual people communicate with or without words or messages.
    First, demonstrative communication involves listening and responding, Example: the reason that it enhances the verbal skills we need to communicate, if say I am giving a presentation I need to be aware of the audience and their interest in the presentation, listening is also receiving the nonverbal messages, the audience may lose interest if I use to much body language to present the presentation so therefore the message is no longer...

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