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Communicate via email and skype
Face to Face contact allows us to see how the other person is reacting and adjust how or what we are communicating to make it easier for that other person to understand what we are talking about or to buy in to what we are talking about.
With electronic communication tools, so much of the communication process is lost. On the phone or with email, the other person can’t see your facial expressions or your hand movements. In written communications like email, they can’t hear your tone of voice. So much of what we are communicating is lost.
With face to face contact, you can convey adjust your tone of voice, your facial expressions and body language, and your eye contact to further convey your message and it’s tone.
And you can adjust how and what you are saying by what you see and hear from the person you are talking to. If you see their focus shift away, you know that they aren’t processing your message anymore. If you see confusion on their face, you can explain further.
While the phone and email are excellent tools for communication, they don’t work nearly as well as face to face contact. If you have a sensitive message, or a technical message, or you want to bounce an idea off a co-worker or friend, face to face communication will give your best results.