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What is it? It is important? How to develop it? Start Introduction You should try it! I want to know more! Communication Climates by Ever heard of communication climate? What its all about is..... 1. Stop and listen. Okay now I'm quite interested Nur Hafid Mohadi
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The Scholars Group Communication climate refers to the social tone of a relationship.
"Every relationship has a feeling, a pervasive mood that colours the goings-on of the participants."
People CAN change their communication climates--that is why it is important to understand them. Communication Climate Why do i need to know this? 2. Force yourself to hear. 3. Be open and honest with your partner. 4. Pay attention to nonverbal signals. 5. Stay focused in the here and now. 6. Try to minimize emotion when talking about important, big decisions. 7. Be ready to cede an argument. 8. Humor and playfulness usually help. 9. Communicating is more than just talking. Conclusion? Better communication climate= better life 1)Builds friendships 2)In order to understand people better 3)To be able to present ourselves better 4)To build understanding of the vocabulary and communication of climate change 5)To develop a vocabulary that is intelligible to different groups Mu'azr
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The atmosphere that results from group members' use of verbal and nonverbal communication and listening skills; can be defensive or supportive "Every relationship has a feeling, a pervasive mood that colors the goings-on of the participants."

People CAN change their communication climates--that is why it is important to understand them. Communication climate refers to the social tone of a relationship. Messages can be categorized into confirming, disagreeing, and disconfirming types. When faced with criticism by others, there are alternatives to responding defensively. The scholars
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