Decisions in communication
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  • 1. Decisions in Communication
  • 2. Involuntary: a learned Pattern of acting thinking or feeling.
    Voluntary: The decision is made after the individual has analyzed the situation, end goals and people involved.
    Example: I someone yells at
    you then you move backward
    this is and Involuntary
    movement.
    Types of Decision
  • 3. Many of our involuntary actions are reflexes and habits that have been learned and they don’t use much brain power.
    Most of the time there are Hidden Persuasion lurking everywhere.
  • 4. Types of Hidden Persuasion
    Visual Stimuli.
    Accelerated Speech.
    Embedded images in print.
    Suggestions that aren't seen at first glance.
    Involuntary Thinking
  • 5. Is more difficult and
    needs more brain power.
    Must take time to
    examine all available
    information.
    Is active participation
    in decision making
    Voluntary Thinking
  • 6. Can be influenced by
    Credible source.
    Authority Figure
    Peers
    Group thinking
    Interpersonal needs
    Voluntary Decision
  • 7. Credible Sources: those who
    we trust, those that have status,
    or are well versed in the topic,
    ones we look up to for guidance.
    Authority Figures: we turn to them in critical times to make a decision.
    Peer Influence: when your
    decisions have been
    influenced by those that
    you identify yourself with.
  • 8. Group Think :Is a style of decision making when the thinking of the group is so dominating that it overrides your won ideas. ( seeks to achieve harmony between members of the group).
    Many minds one though
  • 9. Need for Affection
    Need for Inclusion
    Need for Control
    Group decisions are based o three factors.
  • 10. Many of our decisions are made based on Risk factor.
    If probability of our decision ending badly is high then we don’t go through with the decision.
    If the probability of our decision succeeding is high the we will follow through.
    Degree of probability is based on Time, Place, Occasion and the People involved.
    Bad Critical thinker too big a risk
  • 11. A good critical thinker examines all options and outcomes of their decisions but not only that but they analyze the process of making the decision as well to determine the success of that decision.