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University of Phoenix Material Assessing Group Interaction Exercise (due Week Three) Team Member Role Responsibility Communication Style Justin Grunigen Encourager/supporter and compromiser PowerPoint and Editing Verbal and Nonverbal Recommend two ways that nonverbal communication can be used effectively during group interaction, and give a rationale for each recommendation. “Verbal and nonverbal communication are the most powerful tools you possess in any group setting…Without spoken and written language, you cannot have a group discussion; you cannot follow an agenda, take minutes, read a report, or effectively interact with other group members (Engleberg and Wynn, 2003).” Many times the nonverbal aspect of a conversation is what allows people to understand what is being spoken. “The tone of voice, directness of eye contact, and physical proximity of group members can reveal as much or more about their thoughts and feelings as the words they speak (Engleberg and Wynn, 2003).” “Verbal communication deals with the content of
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2011 for the course RES 342 taught by Professor Carey during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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