Communication and Collaboration Strategy Paper GEN200

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John Sherrow 21:00:36 GEN 200 Effectively communicating to a group of individuals with different learning styles and personality types can be very possible by using a mixed set of strategies. It is important to remember that the objective of group communication isn’t based on how they comprehend the message but what information they must all collectively understand. In other words, all individuals can take different paths that lead to the same destination. Especially communicating in a formal setting, such as a meeting, workshop, or presentation, using as many of these strategies as possible can maximize effective communication. Before the start of the group, first consider the environmental and external factors. Make sure that the room temperature is comfortable and position the seating to where all individuals can see you and if at all possible, allows interaction with one another encouraging uniform understanding and sharing of ideas. Once the setting is in place, make sure you are prepared with all materials you want to
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