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  • A manner of behavior (verbal and/or nonverbal) in an exchange of communication. An attitude can belong to an individual or a group. An attitude affects the modes of communication: In verbal cues, attitude can be reflected in tone of voice and word choice (being of an argumentative or peaceable nature), while in nonverbal cues, attitude can be seen in body language (such as defensive or confident posturing) and actions. An attitude has the potential to be altered through self-reflection and by learning communications techniques. Organizational communication is concerned with the attitudes of employees and with influencing their ability to effectively execute projects. Interpersonal communication is concerned with the attitudes of parties insofar as these affect their ability for positive communication and subsequent potentials for ...

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