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Part4_com285_week1 - verbal communication should be kept simple and easy to understand do not try to impress the audience with jargon as it may

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I think that also falls in the respect category. Communicator who give their undivided attention to people who are speaking or asking questions will be more effective. People who just speak and make no personal eye contact or interactions with the audience may lose their effectiveness. I could not agree more with you when you stated that people who do not make eye contact with the audience may end up losing interest on what the speakers is saying. I think that body language, verbal communication, and the technology are very important when presenting information to an audience. The
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Unformatted text preview: verbal communication should be kept simple and easy to understand; do not try to impress the audience with jargon as it may give negative results. Smiles, eye contact, and body movements are essential in order to capture the audience’s attention. Visual contact with the person who is making the presentation is also important. Hiding behind a podium does not work for the audience. The technology used is also important in order to present successfully. The use of a computer and a multimedia project is a must....
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course COM 285 taught by Professor Brewer during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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