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toolbox INSIDER Communication is key… No matter how well coworkers get along in the workplace, no two people communicate the same way. And despite our best efforts to be amicable with one another, sometimes these communication differences can create problems. But by recognizing the different ways that we communicate with one another, we can strengthen friendships and boost productivity within the office. VolUME 80 communication Styles in the Workplace Throughout the years, corporate researchers have come up with several different classes of communication into which individuals fall. However, according to most of the researchers, these various communication classes are based on two typical aspects. These aspects include the individual’s level of receptiveness and the level of straightforwardness. You can easily find out about the individual’s level of receptiveness by noticing how much he speaks about himself. Persons who are veritably receptive prefer to share information and are comfortable with emotions. They normally talk with expressions and mix well with new people. On the other hand, there are individuals who are more reserved. These people prefer not to show their feelings, thoughts and emotions to others. You can discern into which category a person falls by the way he talks, how willing he is to take chances and what kind of mannerisms he possesses. Straightforward people prefer to take charge of situations, whereas those who are indirect choose to stay away from risks, and value security and heedful planning. Communication Styles According to Types of Individuals The following is a detailed explanation of communication styles of men and women in businesses. The four classes of communicators make it simple to distinguish the different communication styles in the workplace. Open Communicators People who are receptive express their emotions and feelings in a free manner. They prefer to have an informal conversation before getting into actual business activities. This includes getting to know business partners and important corporate personnel in the practice, or frequently having personal souvenirs or pictures on display. If you are in conversation with a AFTERMARKET INSIDER | VOLUME 80 | 11

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Aftermarket Insider Issue 80

Aftermarket Insider Issue 80
Contents
President’s Message
Association News
Government Affairs
Government Affairs
Head of the Class
Head of the Class
Member Profile
Toolbox
Impact Award
Market Intelligence
Market Intelligence
Executive Perspective

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