Intercultural Communication In Professional Context

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0Running head: COMMUNICATION IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTCommunication in Professional ContextName of the studentName of the UniversityAuthor note
1COMMUNICATION IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTTable of ContentsScenario 1........................................................................................................................................2Scenario 2........................................................................................................................................4References........................................................................................................................................6
2COMMUNICATION IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTScenario 1In a job interview, importance of nonverbal communication has a big role to play. For aninterviewer, the first important thing is to use the nonverbal communication skill throughout theinterview to be more precise and confident about the words. However, before deciding theapproach it is very important to understand the audience and their attitudes. The audience duringan interview are mostly the candidates but while interviewing an interviewer the sides of theaudience changes and for establishing a confident attitude it is very important to present agroomed and matured behaviour towards them (Burgoon, Guerrero and Floyd 2016). Bodylanguage, use of words, timing, and expressions and the process and goals of communication areelements that need lot of consideration in this interview process. Normally, the appointer takesan interview but when an interviewee aims to interview the interviewer, they must presentthemselves in a manner that does not seem to be overconfident. The interview of the interviewerwill never be up to the mark if the nonverbal communication skill is not utilized in a proper way.Utilizing the non-verbal communication skill starts as soon as a candidate enters the office.Presenting a confident attitude is necessary and the entire attire must represent the culture. Theappearance should be professional and while questioning the interviewer it is necessary to keepin mind that the candidate must present the question in a way to get informed about theorganisation and not in a way that represent the rude behaviour (Knapp, Hall and Horgan 2013).The methods that can be used to represent the attitude of a deserving candidate is kinesicsand vocalic. Visual and sound communications are very important part of the interview (Leathersand Eaves 2015). A candidate must have a proper body language, which representsprofessionalism, deserving and confident attitude. The candidate can represent the confidencethrough the eye contact with the interview and using their nonverbal communication they can ask

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