Dyadic communication occurs when two people are conversing directly to one another. It is a form of interpersonal communication that refers to the quantitative quality of a communicative relationship between two people. More »

Interpersonal communication refers to communication and the transference of information between two people. There are many examples of interpersonal communication, between a boss and employee, wife and husband, and mothe... More »

"Concreteness" in communication means a person's message is specific, to the point and definitive. It is the opposite of being vague or non-specific. Concrete communication is important in both personal and professional ... More »

Different methods of communication include face-to-face communication, email, teleconferencing and videoconferencing. All of these communication methods open new avenues of connecting in the workplace and allow interacti... More »

Effective communication in any organization or business is key to its success. The primary role of any manager is to develop and maintain an effective communication strategy if success is to be achieved, notes the Manage... More »

Business communication refers to how information is shared between employees at a company for the commercial benefit of that organization. It can also refer to the way a business communicates with its consumers by advert... More »

Face-to-face communication is communication that happens in real time with faces being visible. Face-to-face communication is no longer limited to in-person contact. Video conferencing is also a form of face-to-face comm... More »