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Senior Project Presentation

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Landon Lewis

on 13 January 2013

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The Key to Success Communication Most common type

More than just words

Emotions

Greatest efficiency/correctness

Need effective communication skills and trust Verbal Communication Interpersonal relationships
Business
Family
Friendship
Romance Written Communication Laziness of humans/technology

The not-so-lost art of writing intelligent text
Academics
Business
Creative expression (novels, poems...)
Information Verbal Communication Professional settings
Presentations
Speeches
Discussions

Be professional

Magnified to a greater scale

Know the audience/purpose Written Communication Job of the writer

Symbols/letters are substitutes

Lack of verbal tone

Eyes of the beholder

Must gain esteem and attention "Communication—the human connection—is the key to personal and career success."
--Paul J. Meyer Landon Lewis Verbal Communication Nonverbal
Communication Written Communication Written Communication "Basic writing mechanics are the skills in highest demand" (Christopher Jones)

Clarity
Diction
Syntax
Vocabulary
Written tone Verbal Communication Just remember... Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal Communication Includes
Verbal tone
Facial expression
Movement

7%/93%

Conflict between verbal vs. nonverbal cues Listening is the essence and center of communication and facilitates the solving of problems. Disclaimer The Project Cedar Badge--National Youth Leadership Training Senior Patrol Leader Had responsibility for 5 youth staffers, 3 adult staff members, and 24 participating Scouts The Beginning Selecting staff: November (interviews) Training: Trainer's EDGE, staff instruction Troop meetings: planning, preparing, practicing Preparing lessons: learning and re-learning Preparing slides/flag: acquiring supplies and assembling The Week Friday-Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Face-to-face communication
Verbal > Other forms
Quality/Quantity

Computer versus verbal Rhetorical communication Listening = Trust

"'Sharing ideas' is another way of saying 'communication'" (Cedar Badge Lessons)

Listening is so important that... Skills Aristotle's model: Sender-Message-Receiver

Packaging:
Who
What
When
Where
Why
How "Let's eat, Grandpa!"
versus
"Let's eat Grandpa!" "Maria Jones caught the ball." Jones caught the ball. Maria caught the ball. Maria Jones the ball. Maria Jones caught ball. Maria Jones caught the . Consider the following sentence: Maria Jones caught the ball the following picture contains content that may disturb some viewers, like my mom Pneumonoultramicroscopicsiliconvolcanoconiosis (the common cold) Ease Happy Laughter Anger Hate Aggressive Sad Bored Mild Facial expression Skills Neutral stance
Eyes
Contact
Emotion

Ears
Listen
Adjust
Keep track of responses

Mouth
Loud and clear
Vary pitch Know when to stop talking Be respectful Hands
Gesture
Free and open Because of the ubiquitous nature of communication in human life and its influence on success, it is important that people learn to command these three categories of communication well: verbal communication, written communication, and nonverbal communication. Thesis: Feet
Watch position
Move
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