Analysing Communication Methods

In a professional pitch or presentation, the speaker will use THREE methods of communication.

  1. Verbal Communication - (You need to list examples of VERBAL COMMUNICATION HERE)
  2. Written Communication - (You need to list examples of WRITTEN COMMUNICATION HERE)
  3. Visual Communication - (You need to list examples of VISUAL COMMUNICATION HERE)

VERBAL communication methods in THE APPRENTICE & DRAGONS DEN

GOOD EXAMPLES

The screenshot on the left is taken from THE DRAGONS DEN. It is a good example of VERBAL COMMUNICATION. The man is answering a tricky question from one of the dragons using a clear, calm and soft voice - this allows him to answer the question well and impresses the dragons. The screenshot on the right is taken from THE APPRENTICE. It is a good example of VERBAL COMMUNICATION. The man is talking to a customer about one of his products. He is talking to hear in a cheery, happy and friendly voice. This will make the customer trust him and will probably lead to her buying something from him.

BAD EXAMPLES

The screenshot on the left is taken from THE DRAGONS DEN. It is a bad example of VERBAL COMMUNICATION. The man is trying to answer a tricky question from one of the dragons. He mumbles and keeps stuttering. This is possibly because he is nervous. This means that the dragons are less likely to give him money for his business. The screenshot on the right is taken from THE APPRENTICE. It is a bad example of VERBAL COMMUNICATION. The man is talking to a someone on his team. He is shouting at her and actually tells her to "shut up". There are customers around them so this would not impress them at all. It would make them much less likely to buy anything from this man.

WRITTEN communication methods in THE APPRENTICE & DRAGONS DEN

GOOD EXAMPLES

BAD EXAMPLES

VISUAL communication methods in THE APPRENTICE & DRAGONS DEN

GOOD EXAMPLES

BAD EXAMPLES

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