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iloveboys

  • 2 years ago

need some help.

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  1. iloveboys
    • 2 years ago
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    im working on this project and i need soemone to tell me Two scenarios illustrating communication challenges members of the traveling team are likely to encounter and propose at least three effective strategies for handling each challenge.

  2. NotTim
    • 2 years ago
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    ill give yo ugerenal terms ok.

  3. iloveboys
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    ok thank you that would help alot

  4. iloveboys
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    im greatful for anything to be honest

  5. NotTim
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    communication involves the following: The SPeaker (one who is delivering the message), and the listener, the one who is present to receive the message.

  6. iloveboys
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    Okay?

  7. NotTim
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    if either one fails at communication, then the message is not sent. for example. if the speaker isn't clear and the message is garbled, then communications have failed. Or, if the listener is not fully paying attention, or simply unwilling to listen, then communications are not complete.

  8. iloveboys
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    OKay that didnt help me much, i knew that already but thank you for trying. Im greatful .

  9. NotTim
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    well, you kinda can derive 2 failures in communications from there. just apply it to the situation now

  10. iloveboys
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    Okay thanks. I already did that.

  11. NotTim
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    awesome

  12. NotTim
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    if you need more specified help, call out

  13. iloveboys
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    Thank you again. I NEED MORE SPECIFIED HELP, lol.

  14. NotTim
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    yeah?

  15. iloveboys
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    An answer would be nice, lol.

  16. NotTim
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    what are the traveling teams? are they like...tourist groups or something?

  17. InYourHead
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    Could I ask....are you talking only about verbal communication? There are 4 basic modes of communication. You've got verbal, tone of voice, body language, and facial expression. But here, let me try to get an idea of what you're looking for, by offering an example: Since this is the Spanish section, I'll say this. In Spain, when people speak to one another, they stand REALLY frikkin close to one another. Spanish speakers do this, to show that they are engaged in an exchange. Here in America, we don't do that, do we? If my lips were 6 inches away from your lips while I'm talking to you, it'd be weird. Really weird. This is an example of a difference in two cultures' body language communication norms. And it can be a problem. In America, we might see such close proximity as an invasion of personal space. Especially if the other person is just an acquaintance. Or a total stranger! We Americans prefer to stand at least an arm's length apart. In Spain, it's okay. Physical closeness isn't a big deal. It's a norm.

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