Best Interpersonal Comunicator Analysis

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In everyday life, people usually do not consider how they are constantly gauging one another based on words exchanged between the two, either through small coffee talk, political disagreements, and even gossip. It may be by the language one uses, or the way the body reacts; however one thing that stands out is probably the way a person can make you feel. The people in my life that I interact with each has their own unique way of communicating, some good and some bad. So who are my best and worst interpersonal communicators? Though it would be going against the assignment, there is not one person who is my best interpersonal communicator. See, I met an amazing group of girls this semester that I know will always be the people that I love …show more content…
She is well-spoken in a way that her words wash over you in a calm wave. She sets a good example of how a good speaker should speak patiently and considerately, while still expressing her opinion deliberately and being true to her identity. She is deeply in touch with her faith and her words display her intelligence. I would say that most people find that rather appealing about her, as most go to her for wisdom. I, myself, will usually turn to her for guidance. Second is Callie. Now, her voice can be quite small, however, it is a quality that adds to her communication, since she is a sweet and humble person. The best communication quality that she possesses is her encouragement and support towards people. She pushes others to look past self-doubt and go for it and is always paying other girls on our floor compliments. Other people will definitely take away modesty and a positive feeling from talking to her. Lastly, Kaleigh is outspoken and very confident in her actions, which I admire. She delivers her opinions in a strong stride and is not afraid to tell you the truth. Also, she is the biggest comedian of our group, who always manages to keep our spirits up. On Thursday evenings after the torture of chemistry lab, she is the one boosting my morale once again. Other people always seem to admire her wonderful sense of humor and the fact that she is always there to cheer people …show more content…
A major example is this boy, Logan, back from my high school, who could not go a sentence without having to “jokingly” mock or ridicule someone. While some people would laugh, most, I included, did not appreciate it. It would rub off me with a sense of arrogance as though he was better than everyone else and he would never put any thought into how others would feel about the way he speaks. There is a difference between confidence and complete egocentrism, and some people do not seem to comprehend how important it is to differentiate. In his communication, all he can ever do is rub people the wrong way, because he downgrades your view point and is not considerate of the audience. There had been times in class where multiple peers would tell him to cut it out and when the feedback is ignored, Logan demonstrating how he cannot properly present his ideas to others; it displays his immaturity as both a person and

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