XCOM 285 Week 6 CheckPoint Group Communication

XCOM 285 Week 6 CheckPoint Group Communication -...

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Unformatted text preview: Communication can be described as the means by which individuals disperse and transmit meaning in an effort to generate mutual comprehension. This procedure necessitates an immense collection of proficiency in "intrapersonal" and "interpersonal" practicing, paying attention, scrutinizing, vocalizations, inquiry, evaluation, and assessments. Implementation of these practices can be transmitted to every aspect of life. Via communication, teamwork and collaboration are allowed to take place. If there is a singular uniting subject matter which traverses every field, it is the exchange and transmission of ideas in an informative manner. Communication is the interface to fundamental literacy and intellectual distinction. Communication is an important cornerstone of all groups, and often the variable, which determines their success or failure. Effective communication builds trust and mutual respect and facilitates learning. Although communication is frequently thought of in terms of written or oral facilitates learning....
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