By using professional words through the use of jargon and phrases unknown to the service user could lead them to feel intimidated. Forming — has been considered to be the introduction stage, where it is not clear to the group what their purpose is.
Step 4-message received The fourth step of the communication cycle is that the message should be received but this depends on whether the message is either spoken or written because there are different ways of storing the information and also converting the information.
Factors influencing communication and interpersonal interactions in health and social care environment There are several factors which can influence the communication and interpersonal interactions both positively and negatively.
In another example, while dealing a patient of aboriginal culture, the patient might not understand the medical terminologies used by the health care professionals, in this context; the professional should have diverse language knowledge to interact with the patient via a satisfactory communication Glasby, As one tries to decode the message is received is at this point where they can miss interpret the message.
There are two main contexts of communication in health and social care; these are one-to-one and group communication. These include being able to listen to what people have to say, the ability to establish and endure conversations and the ability to observe and respond to non-verbal communication.
Stage five is when the service user must attempt to decode the message; this is a vital stage of the communication cycle if the message is decoded correctly assumptions could be made. To do this we need to try and deliver the message in a way that it can only be understood and interpreted in one way, more often than not we can say something that could be interpreted in different ways.
To guarantee we produce effective verbal communication we need to be able to assess situations and assess the individual we are communicating with. Message coded — when the idea has been thought through, there is a thought process of how this idea is going to then be communicated. Stress of staffs for long shift hours- psychological.
It is extremely important to form bonds of trust and to form relationships, because without effective communication, you are unable to interact to the best of your ability which would mean it would be harder to form a professional relationship with the service users which would affect the outcomes of the service being provided.
The last stage is performing this is when the group members finally mature and get down to working effectively together. Sometimes, clash in different personality, self-esteem, submissiveness and negative assumptions become the barriers of communication within health care team.
There is a high sense of morale as the group experience high levels of trust, pride and support from each other and so now this group begin to feel that their performance has been of better-quality.
If the person is not aware of all types of communication like a symbolic interaction, the message would be difficult to understand by the person Cunningham et al. There are those that are more extreme than others, whereas some are less extreme but none the less this does not suggest that people cannot work well together.
For example; four health care practitioners; an occupational therapist, a mental health nurse, a ward nurse and a consultant are being asked to form as a group, without first knowing one other. As they would come from various backgrounds they may all have different ideas to contribute and ways of doing things during the forming stage the group would identify ways to work together with the leader still making sure that all ideas are listened to, there would possibly be some disagreements at this stage and the manager would still need to do some leading of the group.Communication cycle: then repeating this cycle.
Argyle's theory: Argyle argued that skilled interpersonal interaction involved a cycle where you have to translate or decode what others are communicating and constantly.
To help understand communication and interpersonal interaction, two theories will be discussed, these are: Argyle’s Communication Cycle and Tuckman’s Group Theory. Michael Argyle was a social psychologist, who argued that interpersonal communication was a skill that could be learned and developed in much the same way as learning to /5(1).
Argyles Communication Cycle and Tuckman's Interaction Cycle. Argyles communication cycle Argyles stages of communication cycle is were an idea occurs, message coded, message sent, message received, message decoded, message understood.
The first stage where the idea occurs is when we think about the thing we are about to say and who to. Argyles Communication Cycle and Tuckman's Interaction Cycle.
Argyles communication cycle Argyles stages of communication cycle is were an idea occurs, message coded, message sent, message received, message decoded, message understood. The first stage where the idea occurs is when we think about the thing we are about to say and.
Argyle's theory: Argyle argued that skilled interpersonal interaction involved a cycle where you have to translate or decode what others are communicating and constantly adapt your own behaviour to communicate effectively. Effective Communication and Interpersonal Interaction in Health and Social Care Of the two theories I considered, the one of greatest relevance to practice was Argyle’s Theory.
Effective Communication and Interpersonal Interaction in Health and Social Care The Communication Cycle of Argyle’s also made each stage of the process.Download