Interpersonal communication is the exchanging of information, ideas, and feelings between two or more people through verbal or non-verbal methods. It often includes voice, facial expressions, body language, and gestures. Friendliness - A friendly tone, personal question, showing interest or a smile encourages open and honest communication Confidence - Demonstrates [...]
Forbes recently published a list of how people behave with their body movement when they disconnect in a meeting or conversation: They look around the room They avoid eye contact They stare at their Phone They talk too fast They don’t respond verbally or nonverbally They fold their arms or [...]
Paraverbal Communication: “It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.” Paraverbal Communication consists of 3 areas — pitch, tone of voice, and speed of speech.
Harvard Business School lists three fundamental communication skills for executive leadership: Ability to Adapt Communication Style - Different communication styles are the most frequently cited cause of poor communication, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Know who you’re talking to. Active Listening - Actively engage in conversations with employees, posing [...]