Category Archives: Communication Strategies

Magogwe et al. (2014) suggests the development of information technology in the 21st century has seen an increase in communicating through social networking to complete group work.

They suggest there are many benefits to communicating via social media platform, which include increased amounts of communication and the improved ability to share resources and ideas. As a group we began our communication on the university platform in the assigned groups and from here we decided on the use of the WhatsApp application to communicate via texting chat style. This has facilitated the ability to link files through email via our computer to phone and readily send them. It allowed an easy form of constant contact to confirm details of ask questions where needed rather than having to login the university platform to check messages, we would be notified if there were messages sent at any time. The application also gave us the ability to scroll back….

Pack Your Bags: We Are Going Global! – If you were to negotiate/bargain with colleagues from one of the cultural groups presented in the article, what practical points should you be sure to put into practice?

Interpersonal communication has a direct effect on communications in general, and also at the negotiating table. That communication becomes even more important when negotiations include colleagues from different cultures. Cultural differences can create communication barriers; make it more difficult to interpret each other’s behaviors/nonverbal communications; and also influence both the form and the substance of bargaining. Therefore, let’s examine some of the personal and communication styles of various cultures. Read the following article that takes us on a comparative journey between the West, the Latin countries, East Asia, and Middle East/South Asia, and how certain negotiation aspects are perceived respectively: Brett J. M., Gunia, B. C., & Teucher, B. M. (2017). Culture and negotiation strategy: A framework for future research. Academy of Management Perspectives, 31(4), 288–308. Retrieved from….

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Selecting an Appropriate Conflict Management Style and Triggers

After reading the chapter entitled “6.2 Conflict and Interpersonal Communication” from the Week 7 Learning Resources

answer the questions 1 and 2. This discussion topics contains 3 questions. 

 

Please complete a-f.  Be descriptive in your responses and include the letter with each answer. Describe a conflict that you are experiencing. Examine/describe the relationship between you and the “other person”. Examine/describe the situation. Describe the other person involved in the conflict. Identify your goals. Now select the conflict style (avoiding, accommodating, competing, compromising, or collaborating) most appropriate based on your answer to a-e.  Share why you feel the style is most appropriate.  Be descriptive in your response. Of the conflict triggers discussed (demands, cumulative annoyance, rejection, one-upping, and mind….

Interpersonal Communication Strategies

For your final you will answer 2 questions. The first will be a minimum of 500 words. The second question has 5 parts, each part requires a minimum of 100 words each. All work must be supported with in-text citations and a minimum of two references for question 1 and a minimum of 1 reference for each part of question 2.

Final Exam

Have you ever been in a relationship (boyfriend/girlfriend, parent/child, teacher/student, boss/coworker, etc)  in which communication was stifled? Using the concepts you learned in the course material, can you now describe how the communication was ineffective? And now think of ways you might have engaged in more effective communication in that relationship differently? Please respond in not fewer than 500 words. Give specific examples from your life of situations in….

the role of effective interpersonal and group communication (conducted both internally and externally) in a business environment

Please also refer to possible examples of ‘barriers in communication’ which may have negative consequences in the above-mentioned context. At the end of the paper, you should mention a set of strategies / techniques which you consider to be constructive in order to develop / improve the interpersonal and group communication within a professional business environment. This assignment should have approximately 2000 words. assignments must have a clear structure: title page (university’s name, course title, assignment title, student’s name, academic year), short introduction – explaining what the paper will refer to / will focus on (1/3 – ½ page), body of the paper (the main part of the paper where the fundamental ideas will be fully developed), a short conclusion (1/3 – ½ page); a list of reference….

analyze the nonverbal communication of one or more personalities from a reality television show of your choosing and compare your analysis to empirical research findings about nonverbal communication.

The first step is to select a show. A list of reality television shows can be found by searching online (e.g., http://www.realitytvworld.com/realitytvworld/allshows.shtml, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_reality_television_programs, http://www.tv.com/shows/category/reality/). After viewing at least 3 hours of your chosen reality television series, select 2-3 nonverbal topics from class (e.g., face, physical appearance, gestures, etc.). Then locate and read 3-5 scholarly journal articles on each of the nonverbal topics. Compare the scholarly findings (assumed to be “real”) with the nonverbal communication of one or more of the television personalities to determine if the television personality or personalities are or are not “real.” Be as specific as possible when citing examples from the television show and research. The paper must be between 8 and 10 pages in length (not including the cover and reference pages or….

Compare and contrast TWO case studies in communication (PR, journalism, media production, etc) for what they tell us about the importance of legal considerations to professional practice

Compare and contrast TWO case studies in communication (PR, journalism, media production, etc) for what they tell us about the importance of legal considerations to professional practice – i.e. why do your chosen cases teach you something, and what do they teach you?

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