COM-FP3200_Iryna Crumly_Assessment 2

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Capella University Assessment 2 Iryna Crumly COM-FP3200
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C ommunication is a two-way process of reaching mutual understanding. During this process participants not only exchange ( encode-decode ) information , news , ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning. Accordingly, communication can also be described as a process of connecting people. In business communication is a key function of management. An organization cannot operate without communication between levels, departments and employees . (Business dictionary, n. d.) Gender communication is exactly the same, but communication takes place between a man and a women. This communication shares the same purpose, but participants of it need to keep in mind that male and female have different communication styles. If participants are not aware of those differences then communication most likely will not be very productive and will take the participant nowhere. The differences in communication styles are: - Attitude towards tasks and relationships . Normally women are more relationship oriented and they tend to building relationships first. This later helps them to know who to ask to get things done, and who is responsible for what. Men on the other hand are more task oriented and normally go straight to performing that task. They build their relationships with those who are in the task or project. - Ways they process information. Women discuss options out loud before they have to make decision while men normally process internally until they come up with a solution. - Difference in leadership styles . Women are relationship oriented, that is why they lead by consensus. Men are more hierarchical and during the process of making decision they only include the closest people closest to them.
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