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niamh Harris

on 1 October 2012

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Theories of communication Charlotte and Niamh Tuckman’s theory of
group communication. Communication cycle Argyle,(1972) Honey and Mumford David Kolb's Honey and Mumford’s theory that has been developed to describe learning styles. They reviewed the way in which different employees learned, and indentified four learning styles; Activist, Reflectors, Theorists, Pragmatists. Activist
Pragmatists Kolb's learning theory sets out four distinct learning styles , which are based on a four-stage learning cycle. Examples of communication cycle An effective communication process involved a two way process in which each person understands each others points of view.

Michael Argyle put fourth an argument that interpersonal communication was a skill that could be learned and developed in a similar way that you learn to drive a car. Explanation of communication cycle
You work in a hospital and you are in theatre, the aim is to keep the best care of the patient, it is essential you have effective communication so the patient is in the best possible care. If you need help with something or you need to clear something up, it is important you communicate effectively and there is someone there to listen and help. When the communication cycle is broke down nothing is learnt or achieved.
The communication cycle involves a two way system. Both people have to listen and understand the other ones point of view. Dr Bruce Tuckman published his Forming Storming Norming Performing model in 1965. The Forming Storming Norming Performing theory is an helpful when explaining team development and behaviour. Another example of the tuckman’s theory is in a amateur football training session. The coach may put you into random groups. You may not like or get along with some of the people who have been placed in your group and therefore this may cause conflict or tension, this is the storming process. However as you are a team and your aim is to win, you resolve these problems and work in harmony. The team working together in a football match is the performing stage.

Can you think of any other examples? Forming



Performing Strengths of communication and interpersonal interactions Feeling
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