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Stick with me here. The blog today has to do with non-verbal communication, how it affects you and those around you. How many times a day do you communicate what is on your mind without moving your lips? It can come in the form of a facial expression, body language, eye contact or lack thereof. Do you recall listening to something you disapproved of with crossed arms, a scowl, a huff or unblinking stare?
Do we know each other?
What do we think of each other? What do I want from you and vice versa?
And is the other person interested? You can learn how to communicate clearly and understandably. How do you communicate verbally, vocally and visually?
Do you recognize the numbers within the Communication model of Albert Mehrabian? Do you recognize the practical explanation or do you have more suggestions?
What are your success factors for good and clean communication? Share your experience and knowledge in the comments box below.
If you liked this article, then please subscribe to our Free Newsletter for the latest posts on Management models and methods. More information Mehrabian, A. Usually when an ultrasound exam is complete, the patient will ask if we can give them the results of the test.
The answer is, no. It is the job of the sonographer to conduct the ultrasound study, then deliver the results to a reading physician who interprets them, then sends them to your healthcare provider to deliver to you.
The silence of the sonographer or lack of information or communication is nothing to worry about. They are concentrating on getting the most accurate and complete diagnostic study possible. So, does your sonographer know what the ultrasound images mean? The answer is, absolutely! They know exactly what they are looking for, what those grainy pictures mean, and where in your body to find it, however it is up to your physician to deliver your results.
Your sonographer is trained to assist in the diagnosis and is not trained in treatment. So, it is best for all involved to get the professional results and have your doctor explain the meaning and options of treatment that Mr.
Joe Sonographer cannot explain. If we can help you and your healthcare provider with diagnostic ultrasound, give us a call at ! Please note that this and other equations regarding relative importance of verbal and nonverbal messages were derived from experiments dealing with communications of feelings and attitudes i. Unless a communicator is talking about their feelings or attitudes, these equations are not applicable.
Also see references and in Silent Messages — these are the original sources of my findings. The first study compared the relative importance of the semantic meaning of the word with the tone of voice, and found that the latter was much more influential.
The second study dealt with facial expressions shown in black-and-white photographs and vocal tone as heard in a tape recording , and found that the relative contributions of the two communication channels had the ratio Mehrabian then combined the results of the two studies to obtain the ratio There are several limitations of the study's applicability to real life, which are largely ignored when the study is now cited outside a scientific context and contribute to the misinterpretation above.