Communication at Work

All these elements are in constant interaction. The purposes of nonverbal communication:
The necessary communication skill is listening. Listening is used with the purpose to set appropriate goals, to understand main ideas or thoughts, to retain information, to evaluate and to analyze someone’s behaviour, etc. Listening is important to let the sender known that he is being listened to. It involves also asking questions about the topic being discussed, paraphrasing, repetition, visualization, etc. The main barriers affecting the communication process are the desire to be always right. fear, not listening, running away, dreaming, etc3.
Jennie was the new employer of our management team and we were sent on a business trip. At the same time, I was studying at university and working. It was difficult for us to start communicating because we were a little bit embarrassed and confused as we saw each other practically for the first time. The situation took place in train: March 2005, 4:00 p.m.
Me: Frankly speaking, I don’t think that the course is too boring and bad, the first two weeks were really interesting and fascinating and the lectures were gripping maybe I’m the reason not the course
Me: Oh, they wanted me to achieve something in life. …
The situation took place in train: March 2005, 4:00 p.m.
Jennie: I see you are not reading at all, are you
Me: Sorry What
Jennie: I mean the book I noticed you haven’t read a line in the last half an hour.
Me: (laughing and then smiling) Yes, you are completely right. You know I have to read it, but I’m not able to collect my thoughts. It is too stuffy in the carriage!
Jennie: As far as I see you are not greatly interested in a book. It doesn’t hold your interest. Maybe the book is too abstruse and complicated for you
Me: No, it is okay. But you are right, it is rather boring, but I need to read it for my classes. You see, I’m studying at university.
Jennie: (shrugging her shoulders) There is a cute phrase suitable for you: it is a labour of labour rather than that of love.
Me: You know I’m fond of literature, but I don’t like Joyce the author of the novel as the result I feel I’m getting bored with the whole course more and more.
Jennie: (sarcastically) I see it is the course that irritates you, not the book.
Me: Frankly speaking, I don’t think that the course is too boring and bad, the first two weeks were really interesting and fascinating and the lectures were gripping maybe I’m the reason not the course
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