1-Interpersonal Communication, Oral communication , “Face- to- Face” 2- Written Communication, e-mail I will share with you a real episode of my life during I was working on TV this last year.

1-Interpersonal Communication, Oral communication , “Face- to- Face”

2- Written Communication, e-mail

I will share with you a real episode of my life during I was working on TV this last year. Among
other colleagues we had a guy at work that was not very fit and keeping his job, was able to do
everything.

One of his strategies was covering his self by others work, and convey every day top editor
with untrue things for everyone. Influenced by this person she brought us email with irritating
tones, and this was happening almost every day. She never made meetings any more, everything
by e-mail. Can you imagine, working in an industry, in a job that the main thing is directly
communication we were running by e-mails? And what upset me most was the way of
communication she chose to talk with us and provide job instructions, except e-mail’s content.

After a while I thought I have to fix it. I decided to talk face-to-face and asked for a special
meeting with my top editor, meanwhile the rest of colleagues were terrible scared because if i
will talked, someone could be dismissed from the job .But communication face to face helped
me to solve the issue, even in the beginning of conversation we had louder voices, arguing every
email that she had sent, explain everybody’s work, defense my responses ,convince her that she
had received wrong information about me and my colleagues I was able to calm and give the
end those not pleasant situations .

Form of Communication

Interpersonal Communication,

Oral communication , “Face-
to- Face”

Advantages
Speed and feedback,
You can save time by
receiving a quick response,
is the best way to get
information to and from
employees.

Challenges
The major disadvantage of
oral communication surfaces
whenever a message has to
pass through a number of
people: the more people, the
greater the potential distortion.
Each person interprets the
message in his or her own
way. The message’s content,
when it reaches its destination,
is often very different from the
original.

Form of Communication

Written Communication, e-
mail

Advantages
You have a record of
communication, the message
is physically available for
later reference, is important
for complex and lengthy
communications,

Challenges
They’re time consuming, what
you can say in a short time
might take you long time to
write, other disadvantage is
lack of a built-in feedback
mechanism. With written
communication you can’t
respond rapidly to what you
think you hear.

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