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Importance of Good Talking in Communication

1. Much of the oral communication that goes on in business is the informal, person-to-person communication that occurs whenever people get together. Analyze and explain how the elements of good talking help us to communicate better?

2. Understanding the differences between virtual and face-to-face presentations is certainly becoming more important as business needs grow. Assess and explain the principal differences between face-to-face and virtual presentations. As an attendee or class participant, is seeing and interacting with the presenter of critical importance to you. Why or why not?

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1. Much of the oral communication that goes on in business is the informal, person-to-person communication that occurs whenever people get together. Analyze and explain how the elements of good talking help us to communicate better?

The elements of good talking include voice quality, style, word choice, and adaptation. Utilizing each of these elements enhances communication by making conversation more pleasant. Voice quality is important because a voice that has a pleasant tone and is paced at a tempo that makes it easy to understand and comprehend makes the listener more apt to be interested in the message the speaker is conveying. A nasal, guttural voice is grating and can turn the listener off, even in informal conversation. The style and word choices one makes impact the message of the speaker, even if it is simply to ask directions or inquire about another's interest. Using words that are appropriate to the context of the situation can show respect. By adapting to the ...

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This solution explains how the elements of good talking help us to communicate better. It also assesses and explains the principal differences between face-to-face and virtual presentations. It discusses if, as an attendee or class participant, is seeing and interacting with the presenter of critical importance to you and the reasons.

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