Group Communications

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Group Communications Week 6 Day 5 Amanda Szary
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How does group communication differ from individual communication? Well first off the obvious difference between the two is with group communications you are working with more than 1 other person, individual communications is just that you are only taking to one other person. When you are talking to one person it is normally easier to follow the conversation since it is just you and that one other person talking and you know when you should be the one to say something next. With group communications it is a bit harder to tell when it is your time to talk and when someone else is going to be speaking. Everyone in the group has the right to express their opinions and ideas. Another difference in the two is that with individual communications you only have to comment on that one person but with group communications you have to keep track of what the different people are saying and make sure that you are listening to everything. What conflict resolution strategies could be used in case of disagreement?
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