Group Communication

Group Communication - G roup Communication Jennifer ONeal...

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Group Communication Jennifer O’Neal XCOM 285 University of Phoenix Online
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Group Communication When it comes to group communications and individual communications there are some noticeable differences. Individual communication is completed with only one person while group communication is a group of two or more people. Both types of communication can use the same type of strategies. One of the strategies the two communications both use is listening. Listening is important in individual communication because there could be important information that the individual needs to know. Likewise, with group communication listening is important because the group needs to have active listeners. Having active listeners in group communication is important because it will help the entire group become more active in the task at hand. Using either type of communication means there must be some kind of coordination; this is because it will help to prevent minimal work progression. During individual communication there has to be strategies set forth in the
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