Chapter 4 Powerpoints Part1

Chapter 4 Powerpoints Part1 - Listening as Communication...

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Listening as Communication Fundamentals of Human Communication
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Chapter 4 Overview 1. The listening process 2. The listening encounter 3. Barriers and misconceptions that impair listening 4. Developing a strategic plan to listen
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Chapter 4 Overview 1. The listening process 2. The listening encounter 3. Barrier and misconceptions that impair listening 4. Developing a strategic plan to listen
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Communication Facts The average time spent on various communication skills 53% listening 14% writing 16% speaking 17% reading
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Listening Defined Listening is an active form of behavior in which people receive, construct meaning from, and respond to spoken or nonverbal messages
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It Ain’t All Ears! Listening is more than just using your ears It includes attending to ALL the ways that people use words, actions, and things to arouse meaning.
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Listening and Context Listening requires attention to the immediate environment (context) in which a message transmission takes place .
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