Verbal Communication: The Four Types Of Communication?

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Register to read the introduction… In regards to communication, there are four types of communication which are verbal
(spoken communication), non-verbal communication, written communication, and visualization communication. Verbal communication involves using words by face to face communication or through other gadgets of communication, such as a telephone, cell phone, radio, television, and online video chatting. Non-verbal communication is the opposite and involves body language, facial expressions, and signs to communicate, not words! Written communication involves writing letters and mailing them, chatting on Facebook or Twitter, and sending out memos or important information within a company. Visual communication involves television, using Skype or another form of web a cam on their PC, and face to face. There must be a sender and receiver for any kind of communication to take place and
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A smile would be interpreted as a positive facial expression, while a frown would be interpreted as a negative facial expression, but grins can also be either positive or negative. Some individuals interpret grins as arrogant and therefore would be negative and an individual grinning about something funny or comical would be interpreted as a positive facial expression. Body language is a powerful tool that is used in any activity that would involve communicating and interacting with other people. One of the first body language movements I consider important is eye contact! Eye contact is an important quality to have with other individuals because it shows others that you are confident and are knowledgeable in certain subject matters at hand, but if an individual looks down at the floor or up at the ceiling and crosses one’s arms, then it is perceived as negative body language, in which it excludes confidence in themselves and for the subject matter at hand.
An individual’s body language is the most important factor in how a message is received, therefore it would not matter what an individual may have intended to say with their

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