Demonstrative Communication is a way we express ourselves through a message if we the sender or receiver. Demonstrative communication is nonverbal or unwritten communication which involves some things as facial expressions, tone of voice, and body language.
Demonstrative communication can be effective and ineffective for the sender and receiver. Maximum Advantage LLC says, “Nonverbal communication is the communication skill that usually receives little thought because it happens automatically”. As you think about it we actually learn to communicate nonverbally at a very young age, for example, baby crying shows a sign of nonverbal communication because the baby ...view middle of the document...
Ineffective communication can occur in the business environment when something is promised and something else is delivered, and communicating with jargon and how you approach.
Positive communication is examples of showing concern, giving full instructions, taking the blame for your faults. An example would be in the workplace by showing appreciation toward the employees by letting them know how their performance is in the workplace as well as keeping them motivated and working at their best because a lack of communication or being unappreciated will lead to negatively in the workplace.
Negative communication is examples of rumors, understanding the communication in the wrong form (misinterpretation), not giving the correct information (misinformation). For example, a manager gives an employee incomplete instructions about a job duty and the employee doesn’t know it’s incomplete, so from the incomplete instructions causes negative communication and the employee doesn’t realize where it all started.
Demonstrative communication involves listening and responding because it improves the mutual understanding with the people you are communicating with. Listening takes patience to understand what the sender is saying and to respond to let them know you are listening and understand you can respond with “yes” or “I understand” to let the sender know that they have your undivided attention and that you are actively listening...