How does communication affect sports? There are many different types of communication that can affect sports, but the three main types are verbal communication, non-verbal communication and listening. These three are very important factors in communication and especially in sports.
There are a couple areas I would have an image consultant work with me on. The first one is organizing. Organizing is when we sort and categorize information that we perceive based on innate and learned cognitive patterns. Three ways we sort things into patterns are by using proximity, similarity, and difference. I’d say help with organizing because the more organized my information is the better I will end up doing. Another reason why organization is important to be good at is because other people reviewing our work will have a better understanding of what they are looking at. In sports organization is important because talking about random sports will have readers or listeners confused so we want to talk about a sport that makes sense to talk about. The second thing I would ask for help on is selecting. Selecting is when we focus our attention on certain incoming sensory information. Selecting information would be a good tool to have because if we choose the right information, whoever is looking at it will be more intrigued to read and continue reading. If we select boring things to talk about most people will not want to see what we have to say. When it comes to sports selection is very important. If we want people to be intrigued with what we’re saying the sporting event talked about needs to be something that people will want to talk about.
There were a few different interpersonal skills I learned, but the most important three to me are verbal communication, non-verbal communication and listening. Verbal communication is the use of sounds and words to express yourself, especially in contrast to using gestures or mannerisms. This would be important to managing my brand because it’s important to be able to talk about sports and to be able to speak to people about them in person so people will know we have knowledge in what we are talking about and they will be able to respond back directly. Non-verbal communication is a process of generating meaning using behavior other than words. Non-verbal can be important because when it comes to sports, there are a lot of statistics, and a lot of the time we can use things like charts and graphs to show stats for players or games. Lastly, listening is a learned process of receiving, interpreting, recalling, evaluating, and responding to verbal and nonverbal messages. This is important in sports because we have to be able to listen to other reports to gain information. The information could include anything from what a player says after a game to the speech a coach gives after a game to fire the team up.
Social media can play many roles when it comes to communication about sports. First off what is social media? Social media is The basis for this connectivity is the internet, which connects individual computers, smartphones, and other devices in an interactive web, and it is this web of connected personal media devices like computers and smartphones. Social media can be used to get our brands out to many people without even actually seeing or knowing the people that it will get out to. it allows us more control over the quality and degree of connection that we maintain with others. Things like Twitter can be used for putting out more informative things such as sports news or political news and can reach millions of people across the world. Social media also allows people to share their own thoughts with people around the world and see that their voices are heard.