ZiYuan Anson Guo
MDIA5022 Corporate and Interpersonal Relations
March 21, 2014
Lots of people thinks that they know themselves very well; they have a right way of communication, they know how to listen and respond to others, even emotional intelligence. Is this what you thought? I did. However after I have done my observe behavior interview to my friends, I believe that self-reflection is important to everyone to understand and improve our own communication styles.
For this report I will be studying the key communication concepts and analyses the responses and develop actions for improvement to my self. I will start with the explanations and identities of my personal style within listening and responding & Emotional Intelligence as well as make some references to these communication dimensions. Also in the report would be provided an interview to my friends to meet information about my communication style from different perspective. Then report will finish by myself-reflection to the response and develop actions for improvement.
Communication is the progression of emotional expressing reactions, reach common thoughtful, to send and receive message and improve connections. According to the An Introduction to Public Relations and Communication Management (2012), communication is the way of sharing opinions, attitudes and feelings that we need to knew by these we are communicating with. It is receiving messages through efficiently speaking, body language, writing and visuals. For sharing or/and give opinions, or be defined as an interpersonal communication, one must have successful verbal and nonverbal communication styles and skills. Such as listening and responding, Emotional intelligence. These communication dimensions are not only significant for the sender but also for the receiver.
A respectable interpersonal communication cannot happen without truthful listening and responding. In order to effectively communicate with others one have to know communicate with one’s self at first. Within all of our communication activities, listening and responding is perhaps the one we use the most amount of our interpersonal communication skills in our daily life. According to Collins and Rourke (2009) in our general life there are about 8.5% people use communication time at writing, 13.3% reading, 23.0%speaking and 55.0% listening. Also Ballantine (1999) presents that if parents tell their children about the ideals and beliefs, their relationship and communication skills are improved. The successful listening and responding of children and the parents would be included, who is the talker, is that effectively way to communicate with the children what is want to tell them, in a way that they will understand and respond. Therefore I believe that listening and responding is always described as a significant dimension to have a successfully...