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whether the intended message was received correctly or not. “The way you listen, look, move, and react tells the other person whether or not you care, if you’re being truthful, and how well you’re listening” (Seagal, Smith & Jaffe, 2012). Demonstrative communication is a common component of nonverbal communication and is essential to becoming a proficient communicator. Knowing the correct use of facial expressions, gestures, and voice tonal delivery will give the sender the confidence the receiver is getting the intended message. Using expressive communication improperly will lead to confusion and negatively affect the flow of communication from the sender to receiver. A key part of effective
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5 Demonstrative Communication communication is the proper response from the receiver after listening to the message being sent. Expressive communication is an essential role in daily life and is a skill that must be practiced and consciously applied to foster effective communication.
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6 Demonstrative Communication Moore, B. N., Parker, R., Rosenstand, N., and Silvers, A. (2009). Critical Thinking (9th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Nayad, N. (2011). Comparing Various Forms of Communication. Retrieved from http://www.brighthub.com/office/project-management/article/79297.aspx Seagal, J., Smith, M., & Jaffe, J. (2012, January). Helpguide.org. Retrieved from http://helpguide.org/mental/eq6_nonverbal_communication.htm
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