Information: The sender gives out information to the receiver about a topic or event. This can be something like a report, an email, or a text message.
Emotions: The sender expresses their feelings about something to the receiver through words, tone, body language, facial expressions and more.
Feelings: The receiver feels what the sender said and responds with their own feelings and thoughts on how they feel about what was said by either agreeing with it or disagreeing with it.
Communication elements are the different symbols that we use to convey our thoughts, feelings, and emotions. They include facial expressions, body language, tones of voice etc.
"Making a good communication element" is a broad term that means different things to different people. Some people think of it as making a great email, while others think of it as creating an engaging infographic. Whatever your definition may be, there are some key elements that you should keep in mind when creating an effective communication element.
The communication process contains eight basic elements: source, message, channel, receiver, feedback, environment, context, and interference, and it entails understanding, sharing, and meaning.
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