Warm up Sep 12th

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Warm up Sep 12th. What do you think you could do to improve communication with the person you struggle to get along with? . Warm up Sep 10th. Who do you have the hardest time getting along with? Why do you think you have such a hard time getting along with that person?. Communication. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Warm up Sep 12thWhat do you think you could do to improve communication with the person you struggle to get along with? </p></li><li><p>Warm up Sep 10thWho do you have the hardest time getting along with? Why do you think you have such a hard time getting along with that person? </p></li><li><p>Communication </p></li><li><p>Child-LikeThis style of communication is the easiest and most natural to use. It is also very immature and the least effective method of communication when you are an adult. </p></li><li><p>It is characterized by:-Self-Centered Motives-Verbal Abuse-Giving Orders-Not Listening-Whining-Interrupting-Name Calling-Topping-Yelling -Throwing Tantrums-Acting Out of Control </p></li><li><p>Parent-LikeThis style of communication has nothing to do with age or being the mother or father. In fact, two-year-olds are very good at this. It is the mode of communication that directs others behaviors. It is effective in that you usually get someone to comply or act a certain way, but it is a one-way or dictatorial communication. </p></li><li><p>It is characterized by: -Giving Instructions-Demanding-Directing-Ordering-Punishing</p></li><li><p>This style of communication gets the point across and affects the behavior of others. It is commonly used to deal with someone who is communicating as a child. Teens want to be treated as adults, but when they resort to child-like communication techniques, others around them resort to using parent techniques. </p></li><li><p>Adult-LikeThis style of communication is the highest level and is the most desirable and effective. </p></li><li><p>It is characterized by:-The desire for open, two-way communication-Taking responsibility for comments and actions-Remaining calm-Showing respect for others feelings and opinions-Wanting to resolve problems with a win-win attitude-Having trust in others-Controlling emotions while discussing</p></li><li><p>Communication Techniques</p></li><li><p>There are 3 types of communication:ConstructiveDestructiveNon-verbal </p></li><li><p>Constructive Communication</p><p>This contributes to a meaningful exchange of ideas and/or leads to understanding. </p></li><li><p>Examples are: -Giving positive or encouraging messages-Asking questions-Sending clear, concise messages-Being honest and open-Keeping the confidences of other people-Speaking with respect-Using tact- (communicating something sensitive without hurting or offending)-Being a good listener</p></li><li><p>Destructive Communication</p><p>This is talk that hurts. Some messages discourage rather than encourage helpful or constructive communication. </p></li><li><p>Examples are:-Insults, harassing, teasing-Gossip, lies, blaming and accusing-You messages-Sexual Harassment-Threatening-Sarcasm- (when a person says one message, but nonverbal expressions and the tone of voice send another message)-Interrupting or dominating the conversation-Swearing</p></li><li><p>Non-Verbal: Nonverbal communication is the way a person expresses him/herself through movement, posture, and facial expression. It is possible to send one type of verbal message and at the same time, a different type with body language. Nonverbal communication is VERY powerful and can often be misinterpreted. </p></li><li><p>What are some examples of non-verbal communication? </p></li><li><p>Communication Tip #1Use I messages! </p><p>- I feel ~ makes you responsible for the statementWhen ~ Describes the situationBecause ~ tells why you feel the way you do</p><p> (This really works!! You should try it!) </p></li><li><p>Tip #2Be clear </p><p>- Say what you mean and mean what you say! </p></li><li><p>Tip #3Ask questions</p><p>If you are not clear on what someone is saying.ASK QUESTIONS!!</p><p>Restate what someone has said to make sure that you really did understand what they said. S0 you are feeling sad because </p></li><li><p>Tip #4Be a good listener </p><p>- Studies indicate that 60 percent of the time that you communicate is spent listening! If you are a poor listener you are a poor communicator.</p></li><li><p>How can you let people know you are listening? </p></li></ul>