Episode: Are we communicating?


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Are we communicating?
Today, I am merely introducing our next topic as I am still working out the details with our guest.  My first of two questions is where would we all be if we were unable to communicate?  Are we communicating effectively? At its most basic level, communication is the transmission of information, by at least one  sender and receiver.   While there are debates as to whether or not there are 4, 5, and even 6 types of communication, for the pupose of the next couple of episodes we are going to stick with the four: verbal, nonverbal, written and visual. We will be chatting with guests who will talk to us about the importance and dynamics of effective communication both in personal relationships and the workplace; examining the impact of our ever evolving technology.  I look forward to a lively conversation next time. Until then, take care!

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