the evoking of a shared or common meaning in another person
communication between two or more people in an organization
the person originating a message
the person receiving a message. They must interpret and understand the message
a window through which we interact with people that influences the quality, accuracy and clarity of the communication.
the thoughts and feelings that the communicator is attempting to elicit in the receiver
information fed back that completes two-way communication
the words, their pronunciation, and the methods of combining them used and understood by a group of people
uninterpreted and unanalyzed facts
data that have been interpreted, analyzed, and have meaning to some user
the ability of a medium or channel to elicit or evoke meaning in the receiver
a skill intended to help the receiver and communicator clearly and fully understand the message sent
a form of communication in which the communicator and receiver interact
communication in which a person sends a message to another person and no feedback, questions, or interaction follow
Barriers to communication
aspects of the communication content and context that can impair effective communication in a workplace
Gateways to communication
pathways through barriers to communication and antidotes to communication problems
communication that can be aggressive, attacking, and angry, or passive and withdrawing
communication that is assertive, direct, and powerful
all elements of communication that do not involve words
the study of an individual's perception and use of space, including territorial space
bands of space extending outward from the body. These bands constitute comfort zones
the first zone where we interact with spouses, significant others, family members, and others with whom we have an intimate relationship
Personal distance zone
friends typically interact within this distance
Social distance zone
business associates and acquaintances interact with us in this zone
Public distance zone
we prefer that strangers stay at least 12 feet from us, and we become uncomfortable when they move closer
the art of seating people in certain positions according to their purpose in communication
the study of body movements, including posture
the absence of heartfelt communication in human relationships leading to loneliness and social isolation
Information communication technology (ICT)
the various new technologies such as e-mail, voice mail, teleconferencing, and wireless access which are used for interpersonal communication
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