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Communication LEII

Chapter 1 Lesson 1
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Crawford Wilson

on 29 August 2018

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Transcript of Communication LEII

LE II
Communication
Chapter 1
Lesson 1

Encoding & Decoding
Who are you speaking to?

Are they:
Educated?
Informed?
Older?
Professional?
Ethnic?
Familiar?
Know Your Audience!
What you learned about…
Communication process
Definitions: Encoding & Decoding
Verbal and non-verbal communication
Communication barriers
Feedback

Our Objective
Four Steps:
How to improve communication
A “Visual”
Know your message
Break through the noise
Use specific / descriptive words


Eliminating Noise
A barrier to communication
Can be:
Actual noise
Thoughts
Intentions
Daydreaming
Barriers To Communication
Communicate without words
Tattle tale for your “attitude”
Highly effective
Communication “cues”
Used along with words to convey a message
“poker face”

Non-Verbal Communication
Clear Communication!
Being “clear” is KEY




Don’t talk around subjects
If you can help it
If you are not clear how do you know?

Being CLEAR!
Creating/sending thoughts, feelings & info from one person to another person

What it takes:
Sender
Message
Receiver
Feedback – a “bonus” in communication
Senders and Receivers

How the communication process works
Barriers to effective communication
The importance of feedback

We will learn about...
MSgt Wilson
VITAL!

Completes the communication process
Sometimes you have to ask for it

Feedback
Experts say “communication happens thru “encoding” “channeling” “decoding” process

Encoding and Decoding
Noise
Encode - send
Channel – way it is sent
Decode - receive
"Audience Demographics"
“ya feel me”?
Naw’mean?
Nowha’im’sayin?
Feedback loop
Focus on your message
Magnify the receivers attention
Penetrate the barriers
Actively listen
1. How important is communication in the world "I" live in?
4. How would you like to see changes in the way we communicate today?
3. How have we seen communication used to gain an advantage over or hurt/hinder other peoples or groups?
2. How have I seen groups other than my own communicate differently than my own peer group?
4 Questions:
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