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INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

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Transcript of INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
DECISION-MAKING
Identifying conflict
Styles of conflict management
Defensive climate
Supportive climate
POWER

WHAT IS POWER? WHAT PRINCIPLES GOVERN THE OPERATION OF POWER IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP?
NATURE OF IPC
Dyadic Primacy-
the two-person unit is of central importance.
Dyadic Coalition-
is two person relationship formed by members of a larger group for achieving a naturally desired benefit or goal.
Dyadic Consciousness-
as your relationship develops, a dyadic consciousness emerges.
INTERPERSONAL NEEDS
CONFLICT IN GROUPS
-Conflict can be good if it is managed appropriately. By airing difference, group members can produce quality decisions and satisfying interpersonal relationships.
Interpersonal communication is a series of punctuated events.
FUNCTIONS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
TYPES

"The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives".
- Anthony Robbins

Gaining Information
Building a Context of Understanding
Establishing Identity
One reason we engage in interpersonal communication is so that we can gain knowledge about another individual.
We also engage interpersonal communication to help us better understand what someone says in a given context.
Another reason we engage in interpersonal communication is to establish an identity.
Inclusions
- is the need to establish identity with others.
Control
- is the need to exercise leadership and prove one's abilities.
Affection
- is the need to develop relationships with people.
AXIOMS of INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
-JOSEPH DE VITO(1995)
Interpersonal communication is grounded in theory and research.
Interpersonal communication is a transactional process.
Interpersonal communication is ambiguous.
Interpersonal relationship maybe symmetrical and complementary.
Interpersonal communication refers to content and relationship.
Interpersonal communication is inevitable, irreversible, and unrepeatable.
Six Characteristics of IPC
1. IPC involves interdependent individuals.
2. It is inherently relational.
3. It exist on a continuum.
4. Involves verbal and non verbal messages.
5. Exists in various forms.
6. Varies in effectiveness
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INTERACTION
GOALS
SIZE
DEFINITION
OF A
OF
Social Groups
Work Groups
Distinctive Task
Contrived or Emergent Groups
Standard Agenda
Brainstorming
Nominal Group thinking
The Final Decision
ORBE & BRUESS(2005)

-EXPLAIN FOUR PRINCIPLES OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION.
-LHEDIWA SAMUEL CHIBUNDU (2005)
-TIM BORCHES (1999)
WHY DO PEOPLE JOIN A GROUP ?
GROUP SYNERGY
SUPPORT AND COMMITMENT
INTERPERSONAL NEEDS
WILLIAM SCHUTZ(1958)
INCLUSION
CONTROL
AFFECTION
BENNE & SHEATS(1948)
TASK-ORIENTED ROLE
SOCIAL ROLES
INDIVIDUALS ROLES
-JOSEPH E. VITO(1995)
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
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