Nonverbal Communication Training Guide Name Institution Professor Course Date When people think of communication they always focus on how they exchange specific information by use words. Nonverbal communication mainly involves generation of meanings by use of behaviors rather than words. However the use of nonverbal communication based on a prison may lead to some misunderstanding between the listener and the speaker. However it is the prison cultural which is known to have stereotyped the claims existing in an environment such as that of America. All basic types of nonverbal communication need to be researched on. Also facial expression body language and nonverbal communication are very vital especially when individuals communicate with each other (Bondy 2011). Precisely there is essential to understand this specific connection to comprehend what someone may not on our social realities as well as on how we typically interact with one another. Quality time is very vital and sometimes it has to be budgeted to play its role in the interpersonal relationship. Nonverbal communication accounts for several contents from what one forms in the initial impressions and that is why it is essential knowing people make judgments based on our skills and identities after a very brief exposure. Lastly one should understand that nonverbal communications are multichannel understand that they affect someone’s interactions how they create support relates to listening and regulates conversations and many others. References Bondy A. & Frost L. (2011). A picture's worth: PECS and other visual communication strategies in autism. Woodbine House. Neuliep J. W. (2017). Intercultural Communication Apprehension. The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication. [...]
Create a nonverbal training guide for someone who wants to travel and experience the culture you have been studying in this class. In your training guide, you need to explain what to do and what not to do in nonverbal communication as well as provide explanations for why behaviors are either appropriate or inappropriate (ground your justification in scholarly research on cultural norms). This guide could be in paper, video, or in-class presentation format according to instructor discretion. The training guide needs to cover each of these nonverbal communication dimensions: Kinesics Proxemics Haptics Paralinguistics Chronemics Physical appearance/attire Oculesics Olfactics The training guide must also include a visual element to illustrate dos and don’ts. Include specific warnings that address key differences in nonverbal symbols between the culture you are studying and the culture of your audience. Be sure to included scholarly sources to support claims about what is normal/accepted behavior in the culture. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. This assignment measures the following competency: Comp 2.1: Interpret the meaning of symbols across cultures.