DYADIC COMMUNICATION & PERCEPTION

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DYADIC COMMUNICATION&SELF PERCEPTIONHUSAIN MOHAMMAD SALEH : 

DYADIC COMMUNICATION&SELF PERCEPTIONHUSAIN MOHAMMAD SALEH

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Dyad means two things of similar kind or nature or group. Dyadic communication means the interrelationship between the two, but in practice ,this relationship refer to dialogic relations or face-to-face verbal communication between two persons involving their mutual ideas, thoughts, behaviour, ideals, liking and disliking,and all the queries and answers concerning life and living in nature

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CONTI……… Defined as two persons seeking to exchange information. There are two types of dyadic communication 1.Formal Dyadic Communication: These communication are interview,confessions,or counseling. 2.Informal Dyadic Communication: These communication are chatting between friends and family or teasing.

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CONTI………… While considering Dyadic communication two things are important to realize Self Perception Dyadic Communications Relationship

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How you perceive others personality What are your inferences from whatever you see and feel Your self perceptions can be tested through honest feed-back from an intimate friend You may judge yourself and others from your point of view and you might be right or wrong Jumping to conclusions too quickly may be dangerous

Self Perception Cycle : 

Self Perception Cycle

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Impossible to avoid response or communication at all. Unidirectional communication lacks feedback. Some people say it is impossible not to communicate, turning away from someone is also a form of communication . Still other focus on relationship as cultures.

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1.Minimal interpersonal communication In minimal interpesonal communication one has to communicate for a while. There are very less communication between the two parties, it is up to minnimum level.

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The most versatile facet of communication in organizations is the extensive interpersonal communication between individual. The different variable are affected by the relationship between the sender and receiver. Communication in organizations is designed and monitored within a stucture that is predetermined by the management. The communication kept flowing within a network of channels, between members and units.

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CONTI………. The extent and efficiency of communication are influenced by the infrastructure of the organization itself. The need to communicate may be extensive, from the completion of task or management aim, to establishing and maintaining profitable human relation.

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Two parties communicating with a common aim Interviewing for a position instructional interview Telephone exchange Grade review Job termination

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Levels at which you relate people Very intimate to non intimate Family to friends to acquaintances No communication with a stranger stars with direct purpose Always a pleasant start

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Interviewing Telephoning Dictation

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A job interview may be the most intense dyadic communication you will ever encounter Some colleges have Career Development offices for guiding their graduates Interview is always with a purpose and needs to be prepared

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A type of interpersonal communication Most frequent and extensively used Points to Consider In International Telephoning: Be aware of time zones Speak more clearly Restate and summarize more often Follow up the conversation with a fax or a letter

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Dictation is a special type of dyadic communication in which two persons either communicate directly or through an electronic device You want to communicate with another person with a third party involved You want someone else type a message for you by whatever you have dictated and he has either recorded or written in short hand form Short hand is now frequently overtaken by recorders Large hotels also owe this facility for their customers

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