This essay focuses on four types of communication.: I will create charts and diagrams to express the incorporated data interpretation
Fourth Phase: Communicating findings
Skill use: I will create charts and diagrams to express the incorporated data interpretation in enhancing the audiences’ and readers’ understanding.
I have outlined four types of communication, but I believe there are actually five types of communication: verbal, non-verbal, written, listening, and visual.
Verbal communication occurs when we engage in speaking with others. It can be face-to-face, over the telephone, via Skype or Zoom, etc. Some verbal engagements are informal, such as chatting with a friend. It is over coffee or in the office kitchen, while others are more formal. It is such as a scheduled meeting. Regardless of the type, it is not just about the words, it is also about the caliber and complexity. It is of those words, how we string those words together to create an overarching message, as well as the intonation (pitch, tone, cadence, etc.) used while speaking. And when occurring face-to-face, while the words are important, they cannot be separated from non-verbal communication
Skill use: I will present the finding to invite more debate and inquiry to broaden the future research scope on creating practical tools to deal with worries and obsessions in the Positive Psychology field.
use: With permission from the participants, I will play segments of interview recording to convey the experiences accurately.
Skill use: I will convey participants’ experiences to enhance the message since it is part of embodied writing.