How Communication Enhance One’s Personal and Professional Relationships
Review your classmates’ posts and try to find some common ground or expand on their ideas. Use the text to improve everyone’s understanding of the importance of being a competent communicator and how it can enhance one’s personal and professional relationships. Ask questions that will enhance both of your understanding of the key concepts.
- Response posts must be 150 to 200 words in length.
Hello Class and Professor,
From week one until now my scores changed just a small amount. I still have a few skills that I need to work on to better myself. I have always had a hard time when communicating with anyone. While reading Bevan’s it talks about self-esteem, I can remember when I struggled with self-esteem while growing up. I used to have no confidence in myself in self and it was hard growing up for me like that.
The first week my score was low, and I understood why because a lot of the time I was not thinking about myself and ways to be better in my communication skills. I would start making changes and wasn’t consistent with it so it’s like my self-esteem and confidence would drift away and I would just let it go.
When I took the test again, I scored a little high it was because I work on a few communication skills that and looked back on how I could change my self-confidence and communication skills. Also, Bevan (2020) talked about accepting feedback even if it’s good or bad. I have been working on accepting all types of feedback and making it to be a positive turn around.
Working on my communication will improve my weakness in many ways like, being able to make and keep eye contact when talking to others, keep a straight face and speak when it’s my turn and think before speaking. I have been working hard on my personal relationship to try and improve them.
When working on my professional relationship I know that I have some strengths and weakness because I work in a school setting where keeping your composer will take you a long way, especially when dealing with irate parents that you rarely see until the end of the year after their child has failed. Having positive peers around help’s me to work on my professional relationship.
Bevan,JL(2020). Making connections: Understanding interpersonal communication (3rded) Zovio,