Attributes & Barriers
Personal Attributes- Specific Skills
Personal Attributes- General Attributes
Personal Attributes- Attitude
Principles of Effective Communication
Effective Communication- General Conversation Skills
Technology can also be used to help engage the audience by possibly adding visual aids to the point being made or even engaging the audience directly by making them interact by means of a light game or even questions, the audience can also be engaged by means of a question and answering session afterwards.
Effective Communication- Interpersonal Skills
Effective Communication- Written Communication
Obstructions to Effective Communications
Occurrences of Which Hinder Communications
There are many things that can hinder and even block communications all things that are able to do so can be always present and some of them are present in every circumstance these things can be things including
lack of concentration
location and mental/ vocal impairments are also factors to take into consideration, as some environments can make conversation or speech seem to have a different effect or trigger it to be difficult to speak to a person such as train stations and make certain topics more difficult to talk about such as public areas. Mental or vocal impairments can make it difficult to maintain conversation with a person as words may be missed or misinterpreted by either one, even language barriers could potentially be classified with this as an example, to speak to a French person as a Russian person you would need to either know French/Russian or get help from an interpreter and this makes communicating with them both take longer (as you need to acquire one of the prerequisites) or even delay it by however long either takes.
Background noise can really be as much of a hindrance as distractions or could even be a distraction itself and can be as destructive to communications as a lack of concentration, in all three circumstances communications can be hindered by on person missing a word or even a whole sentence, all three have the exact same affect to communications as each other.
Distance can also be a obstruction as you have to organise speaking with each other prior and this can also make conversing feel forced and uneasy, time in both areas also needs to be taken into account as one person could have just woken up or would usually be going to bed in either case this would mean one member is tired and may miss certain points or even lack concentration for key points which makes the conversation slow due to potentially having to backtrack.