In a book written in a communication, I am talking specifically about contextual communication, as opposed to true communication. What is contextual communication? How does it differ from proper communication? And how can communication improve? Let's take a look
Suppose you are disappointed in one day, in an important case at work, and run to your boss under the pressure of the moment. You may not come with the best words you have chosen. Under normal circumstances, we would communicate more rationally and constructively. Therefore, being aware that the host (the student, in this case his boss) will receive some understanding at this critical moment.
In Hungary, we are more sensitive to misunderstandings and negative reactions. People are in their work or in the public, and they can limit themselves and use communication tools. Unfortunately at home we forget our respect for each other. However, this is the best place to start communicating and practicing changes in our lives.
If your boss is not properly trained, you can sometimes return an unexpected verbal text about literary responses that start with a series of escalating words or even unspoken misunderstandings. This can accumulate for serious confrontation or for silent purposes (do not say anything, walk away, but beware of unfinished things)
The same is true: the subordinate may misunderstand the boss in a vulnerable time. Often, these confrontations can cause a permanent connection in relationships. As a result, you may even lose a job
What is contextual? This is a whole sentence, paragraph, discourse, etc. Part of which directly defines or defines the exact meaning of a word or gateway (emphasizing comments from context). a particular event, personality, creation, etc. relevant environment. Context: depending on context or depending on (New World Dictionary).
As well as reading, where you can read in the context of words, the sentence, paragraph, chapter, action, topic, question …, communication can be read, heard or heard in the context of subjects and communicators understood – both the sender (speaker, presenter, etc.) and the buyer (the student).
In each of our conversations, you can take over the role of the sender and the recipient alternately, each of which is only one sender or only one buyer. we will only send it if we talk to someone who is not involved in the conversion, like when we teach or give a presentation or seminar, or give instructions, etc. We are only a buyer if we are a student in an audience or in a classroom or in an educational situation. But most of the time we are at different times. We talk in conversations that require us to send when we talk, and when we listen.
The contextual part of communication requires that we be aware of the context within which the object is discussed – the environment of both points. If we learn to see this context, learn and use it, most people can improve their communication by 50-100% in most cases ./dmh 3.19459002]
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