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  • Chapter 1 Elements of the Communication Process “You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t get them across, your brains won’t get you anywhere.” ---Lee Iacocca Former president of Chrysler
  • Benefits of this course.... Learn how to speak in various contexts How to meet the needs of your audience Enhance interpersonal competence Advance your career opportunities Class is a laboratory for practice Encourages use of critical thinking skills Learn effective small group skills Gain interview skills
  • Your Name: Major: E-Mail Address: Phone Number: Where you work: Hours per week: Hobbies/Interest: # Children: Married/Single: Previous Communication courses: What you hope to gain from this course: Identify any fears related to speaking in public: List any special accommodations you may need:
  • Transactional Communication Model Encodes Source/Spe aker Decodes Message Verbal/Nonverbal Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes
  • Transactional Communication Model Feedback Interference Encodes Source/Speaker Decodes External Internal Self-generated Message Verbal/Nonverbal Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes Feedback Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes
  • Transactional Communication Model Culture Feedback Interference Encodes Source/Speaker Decodes Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes Communication Context: Physical, External Social, Time Internal Self-Generated Message Verbal/Nonverbal Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes Field of Experience Channel: Channel: Face to Face Face to Face Telephone Telephone Computer Computer Beliefs Values Attitudes Culture Communication Context Feedback
  • 5 Levels of Communication Intrapersonal Interpersonal Small Group Public Speaking Mass Communications