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class 3 communication - Class 3 September 13, 2011 - Why is...

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Class 3 – September 13, 2011 - Why is communication COMPLEX ? o It is dynamic, and it is not simple. You cannot be sure about the reaction that you will get, and the reaction you will have to the reaction you get. o It is an ongoing process o It is interdisciplinary meaning it is everywhere. It is relevant to so many aspects, contexts, situations in our lives. o It has, and will continue, to develop over time. - Handout: THE BENEFITS OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS (Joshua Uebergang) o In what aspects of life does communication matter? Self, well-being, and satisfaction Relationships – if you learn how to communicate with the people around you and close with you, you will be more satisfied Communication can occur in your head (via words), and will help because it will change the way you see yourself the way you feel, etc. Workplace, professionally: leads to success, boss will like you, co-workers will like you, and you may need to provide information within the workplace Receiving and providing information (environment): will help you survive in your environment The people that surround us are a part of our environment Also can be our physical environment - FIVE LEVELS OF COMMUNICATION 1. Intrapersonal – (Intra=within) a communication that we are having with ourselves in our heads (ex: Should I talk to the student who is sitting next to me right now?) 2.
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Lieberman during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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