ORALCOMMUNICATIONFUNCTIONS OF COMMUNICATIONRegulation or ControlSocial InteractionMotivationInformationEmotional ExpressionVerbal & Non-Verbal CuesOral Texts
ORAL COMMUNICATIONREGULATORY /CONTROLLED A boss implementing a new ruleFunctions of CommunicationIt is done to make people follow authority.This practice is more noticeable in formal organization than informal.
ORAL COMMUNICATIONSOCIALINTERACTIONFocus group discussion Functions of CommunicationCommunication between two or more people.The interaction depends on the time, place and roles or relationship of the participating individual.
ORAL COMMUNICATIONMOTIVATIONA Functions of CommunicationDeals with stimulating an individual or group of people to do a target goal.•Puts Human Resources into action•It improves the level of efficiency of employees•It leads to achievement of organizational goals•It builds friendly relationship•It leads to stability of workforce
ORAL COMMUNICATIONINFORMATIONFocus group discussion Company meeting to orient new employeesDoctor explaining result findings Functions of CommunicationImpart facts and needed knowledgeBy definition, information is the details provided or learned about something or someone.
ORAL COMMUNICATIONEMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONFunctions of CommunicationNon-Verbal cues are usually louder that verbal expression. The use of facial expression, gestures, and body stance are very distinct.Anger | Contempt | Fear | Disgust | HappinessSadness | Surprise
ORAL COMMUNICATIONFunctions of CommunicationPrompts that listeners and speakers say or show to expect a response or reaction.CUESVERBALNON-VERBAL
ORAL COMMUNICATIONVERBALFunctions of CommunicationUsed in giving instruction, asking question or delivering a speech since they are articulated in words.Includes the type of question, who initiated the language and what type of language is used.CUESDIRECT CUESClearly articulated statements of instructions. Used to make very clear that the listener is expected to do or say something in response.