Face-to-face communication

publication date 07.08.2012

Communication with an individual (sometimes also called face-to-face commmunication) is aimed at finding, effectively and efficiently, common ground, agreement, as well as at creating a mutually beneficial relation and cooperation. 

Communication is based upon understanding individual motifs of the other party (individual) that we communicate with. Both the verbal and the non-verbal communication have a great impact here, so that the information communicated is clearly understood. No understanding can hardly lead to mutual agreement and future cooperation.  

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„If we do not provide workers with information, they will get it elsewhere themselves.“ more >>

Jiří Střelec Jiří Střelec

Indeed, we live in the world supersaturated with information. Still, people covet the information which they need for their jobs or personal lives. If we fail to provide them with information, particularly in conflict or critical situations, they will make great effort to obtain it or make it up. Naturally, they will do so with regard to their knowledge and interests. Invariably, there is appropriate information to be communicated.

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