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Re: Re: Nonverbal Communications Posted: Fri 2/10/2017 at 8:36 PM, in reply to Jasmine R Jordan

Jasmine you are correct! The image you project is a direction reflection on the company. In the past, I have shopped in a small mom and pop store in the neighborhood. The owner would always scream at the customers (or so it appeared). I immediately formed an opinion and decided I wasn't going to shop there again because of this apparent screaming. I had not been there for a couple of years and one day I passed and decided to stop. The owner was a lot more calm and was not screaming. She remembered me and asked where I had been. I explained to her why I had not been there. She laughed really hard and said, "That was because I couldn't hear good and I thought you couldn't hear me." We both had a good laugh. The moral of that story was that everything is not always as it appears to be. Unfortunately, many customers don't try to get to the bottom of the issue, they take you at face value, which could negatively affect the company.

Great post!

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Re: Re: Nonverbal Communications Posted: Fri 2/10/2017 at 8:42 PM, in reply to Toi Donyel Denise Wright- Anders

Toi, I like that you mentioned the nonverbal miscommunication. This could be the most dangerous.  I don't know if you like country music or not, but the perfect example of this is a song called "Your lying eyes deceived me" - or some variation of that. Try to google that song and listen to the words - sometimes, it's amazing what people think they see. Let me know if you find that song.

Good job!

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Re: Re: Nonverbal Communications Posted: Fri 2/10/2017 at 8:48 PM, in reply to Romell Deleon Chaney

Romell that was a good thing to do for your coworker. A few things happened, first you cared enough about your coworker to try and find out what's going on and second, you were able to bring his behavior to his attention in a kind way. Finally, you could understand his frustration after having lost a loved one. I'm sure that in his distraught state of mind, he was not aware of how his attitude was affecting those around him.

Good job!

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