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Identify and explain the two categories of communication. Why are both essential to project success?

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Verbal communication is a communication transmitted verbally. Communication is spoken or in writing. This type of communication is to transmit information or receive information. When we talk to other people we are performing verbal communication. The same goes for when we write a message.

Spoken messages are often considered easier to make clear the intention and information. this is because it uses the person delivering the message and their tone, attitude, emotions to convey how they expect the other person to think and understand the information.

This leads to the second category, nonverbal communication. This is the tone, attitude, body language of the people giving and receiving the message and ...

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