Essay on Communication at Work

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Buckley (2003) identifies communication as essentially being about conveying a message to another, the process of communication is thus said to have three discrete elements: A message sender, a message and a message recipient.
The importance of communication to an individual is immeasurable, effective communication allows for a person to succeed in many aspects of their life, whether it may be in regard to their career, their friendships or indeed relationships.
Not only this, communication can allow an individual to shape their persona and how others view them. Hargie notes that the very essence of communication is the ability for a person to be able to form their own ideology and opinions thus developing themselves as an individual.
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Buckley (2003) identifies communication as essentially being about conveying a message to another, the process of communication is thus said to have three discrete elements: A message sender, a message and a message recipient.
The importance of communication to an individual is immeasurable, effective communication allows for a person to succeed in many aspects of their life, whether it may be in regard to their career, their friendships or indeed relationships.
Not only this, communication can allow an individual to shape their persona and how others view them. Hargie notes that the very essence of communication is the ability for a person to be able to form their own ideology and opinions thus developing themselves as an individual.
As part of the BA1 Situated communication module this trimester, I was required to research, organise and display an oral presentation to my peers and several lecturers.
Time spent in primary school whilst on placement with a fellow peer allowed me to show off my communication skills and allow an unbiased person to judge me on my communication skills.
TThis essay looks to analyse certain aspects of my communication skills that I have identified as having strength in or a development need, as noted by myself and fellow peers.
One aspect of my communication that I need to develop upon would be aspects of my non verbal communication.
During my oral presentation 100% of my peer audience (see appendix A) noted that I did not offer enough eye
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