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human skills - men vs women, communication

  1. 1. MEN VS WOMEN HUMAN SKILLS AND COMMUNICATION
  2. 2. Men vs Women
  3. 3. Men vs Women • Abilities • Personality • Attitude • Emotions • Intelligence • Reaction to Stress
  4. 4. Attitude • He goes where he wants, wears what he wants and says what he wants with no fear of condemnation. A real man may even eat quiche if it pleases him. THE MANLY WAY OF LIFE • The Manly Man is a swaggering man, carrying himself with pride and self-assurance. He is not a follower and may not be a leader but, is unswayed by external forces.
  5. 5. PERSONALITY the concept "personality" is connected mainly with his social and psychological aspects, such as his sense of dignity, his self-appraisal, his value orientations, beliefs, the principles by which he lives, his moral, aesthetic, socio-political and other social positions,
  6. 6. ABILITIES WOMEN CAN PERFORM MORE TASK AT A TIME AS COMPARED TO MEN
  7. 7. REACTION TO STRESS Men Respond To Stress With ‘Fight Or Flight' While Women ‘Tend And Befriend,' Say Scientists When faced with a stressful or dangerous situation, human beings have only two options, “fight” or “flight.” Right? Not if you’re a
  8. 8. INTELLIGENCE According to study conducted by cambridge university ,it was found that men are intelligent in the field of logical reasoning whereas women are intelligent in communicating .
  9. 9. EMOTIONS EMOTIONALLY WOMEN ARE MORE STRONGER THAN MEN.
  10. 10. WAYS MEN AND WOMEN COMMUNICATE DIFFERENTLY
  11. 11. E-mail and text messages.
  12. 12. Most of the e-mail women send revolves around relationships: being supportive, making suggestions, apologizing, asking questions and offering thanks.
  13. 13. Men's e-mail messages are very different. Not only do men more often portray themselves as subject experts, but they have a more contentious interaction style, employing sarcasm, profanity and insults.
  14. 14. • Men tend to focus on facts and seek immediate resolutions; action is the conversational goal. • Women desire more extensive talk about problems, sharing feelings and finding common experiences.
  15. 15. INTERRUPTING Women interrupt to show concern, but they think men disrupt the discussion by shifting the subject. Men do try to control the conversation by disrupting it. They also believe a woman's supportive interjections (for example, "go on") are interruptions.
  16. 16. CHATTERBOX
  17. 17. CHATTERBOX • Women spend more talking time with family and close friends, expressing support and discussing experiences. • Men tend to talk more at work and in formal and social settings, and their goal is the exchange of information, even when conversing with a buddy
  18. 18. GIVING COMPLIMENTS Women always expects compliments from men and while giving compliments they play with their words in such a manner that usually the reciever gets confused on what is she trying to say.
  19. 19. APOLOGIZING WOMEN USE APOLOGIES TO TRY TO CREATE OR MAINTAIN CONNECTIONS.
  20. 20. MEN ARE CONCERNED WITH WHAT AN APOLOGY MIGHT DO: IT MIGHT LOWER THEM TO A SUBORDINATE POSITION, A PLACE WHERE THEY'VE NEVER WANTED TO BE SINCE BOYHOOD.
  21. 21. ARGUEMENTS
  22. 22. Arguments Women often try to get their point across by asking many types of questions: defiant, informational and rhetorical. The questions are designed to present an opposition or gather data.
  23. 23. Men's contributions to arguments are often simple and direct. They're so straightforward, in contrast to women's questions, that men might not even realize that a conflict is occurring.
  24. 24. Non verbal
  25. 25. NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION Touching Body proximity Gestures Eye contact Facial expressions Postures

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