2-Point Vs 3-Point Communication – Michael Grinder & Associates

2-Point vs 3-Point Communication

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“Practice doesn’t make perfect, only perfect practice does.”

There are two basic styles in non-verbal communication. Two-point communication is when two people are involved, usually making eye contact. Three-point communication involves 3 entities, usually 2 people and a piece of paper. How do we determine when to and when not to make eye contact and which style of communication is best? In this podcast, we explore which style to use in both positive and negative situations and how to preserve the relationship between the speaker and the listener.

2 thoughts on “2-Point vs 3-Point Communication”

  1. Helpful information. I found myself looking for a visual to clarify the points made concerning the distance.
    Thank you.

    1. Alicia Williams

      Hi Detra,
      Thanks for the feedback. As this is a podcast, we are trying to communicate as much as we can so someone can listen on-the-go and still retain the core concepts. Good information to know, though, as we continue to develop these podcasts. If you want a visual regarding 2 and 3-point communication feel free to check out https://youtu.be/qEP4T3EFeCw which is a video talking about the same concept. Hope it is helpful!

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