A Research On Operative Communication Skills

1374 Words Jul 28th, 2015 6 Pages
When asked how an individual could become successful American economist Alan Greenspan answered by saying “To succeed, you will soon learn, as I did, the importance of a solid foundation in the basics of education - literacy, both verbal and numerical, and communication skills.” This recommendation is one that I utilize in all areas of my life: professional, personal, private, and educational. Despite the conditions it is safe to say that operative communication skills are indispensable in any situation. There is no general agreement on what skills are essentially needed to guarantee successful communication, nor is there a definite way to regulate whether those skills are being refined. With that being said, I believe that by being capable of compassionately and energetically listening, as well adjusting one’s own communication style dependent upon the intended audience, managing written tone and mediating conflict and efficiently communicating within a group setting are all crucial skills.

Interpersonal communication can be defined as the process in which individuals exchange feelings, information and denotation through the use of verbal and non-verbal messages. Interpersonal communication skills are significant aptitudes that are used on a daily basis to communicate and interconnect with others. This can be done in various settings such as: individually and in groups. I can say with great pride that over the past few years I have honed my interpersonal skills.…
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