Communication Within Organization Chapter

Length: 2 pages Sources: 2 Subject: Leadership Type: Chapter Paper: #75162434 Related Topics: Non Verbal Communication, Non Verbal, Communications, Communication
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Voice Thread Scenario

Team formation and communication

Regular meeting among the team members are inevitable for the team to accomplish the vision they have. In the process, communication will be central to making things happen and non-verbal communication, though ignored by many, is important especially from the team leader. The non-verbal cues or communication include body gesture, body postures, tone of voice, eye movement, pauses among other (Colta A.S., 2015). These help to convey the real intention of the speaker or leader in the team, they also help the team members to identify with the concept being presented by the speaker since the non-verbal cues are known to communicate more than the verbal cues. The nonverbal cues are also important for the leader since they help attract the empathy of the team members who may not easily identify with the verbal communication.

The informal communication structure also plays a key role in the life of a project within an organization. It is the formal communication structures that are responsible for spelling out the vision and the authorities that are in charge and each person's responsibilities but it is the...


The informal communication structures are known to have fast communication among the team members hence needs to be tapped into for the positive impact in a project. This structure is also known to fulfill the social needs hence can easily be acceptable by most of the team members, and it can also be relied upon for correct feedback by the team leaders since the people will be freely communicating their feelings without fear of being reprimanded in an informal environment. The informal structures will also help in fostering the corporate identity and build teamwork faster than the formal structure can. The individual imaginations of the employees or team members can also be best expressed through the informal communications or the grapevine hence there is need to heed keenly to such sources (Pujari S., 2015).

Voice Thread Scenario

The clashes or differences in a team handling a project often happen at the second stage of team formation which is the storming part. Here, the team members often express their different views and even display their differing personalities hence the inevitable conflict, be it overt or covert. The overt conflicts will be expressed openly with each person negating or saying what contradicts the other, yet the covert conflicts may go unnoticed by the team leader who is not keep. Some members may choose to be silent or ignore what another member expresses in a scenario where there is covert…

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