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 »

The different types of communication in business include verbal, written and electronic communications. Telephone conversations, video conferences, in-person interviews and meetings are several examples of verbal communi... More »

Types of group communication include Web conferencing, centralized forums and groupware. Other available types of group communication include bulletin board systems, UseNet and mailing lists. 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 »

The term model of communication refers to a conceptual model employed to explain the human communication process. The first model of communication was elaborated by Warren Weaver and Claude Elwood Shannon in 1949. More »

According to Michael Roennevig, writing for the Houston Chronicle, writing a rebuttal letter requires using clear communication, gathering evidence and presenting that evidence as part of a formal rebuttal. This can be u... More »

Tips for improving communication skills include being an engaged listener, eliminating distractions and asserting yourself. Engaged listening involves asking questions and reflecting back, summing up what the speaker sai... More »