Tag Archives: Dialogic communication

Think about the last time you were in a situation where you were unsure if the person you were talking to was truly listening to what you had to say. Were you talking to a colleague or maybe a partner or a supervisor? And did their nonverbal cues demonstrate a lack of active listening? How … Continue reading How Do We Learn to Actively Listen? A Challenge to All of Us to be More Present with our Dialogic Partners

Rybalko, Svetlana, & Seltzer, Trent (2010). Dialogic communication in 140 characters or less: How Fortune 500 companies engage stakeholders using Twitter. Public Relations Review, 36(4), 336-341. Previous public relations studies had suggested that five dialogic principles could be incorporated into organizational online communication to facilitate relationship building with stakeholders. These principles included ease of interface … Continue reading Dialogic communication in 140 characters or less: How Fortune 500 companies engage stakeholders using Twitter

Bortree, Denise Sevick & Seltzer, Trent (2009). Dialogic strategies and outcomes: A review of environmental advocacy groups’ Facebook profiles. Public Relations Review 35(3), 317-319. This study examined if dialogic strategies utilized by environmental advocacy groups via their Facebook social networking profiles lead to greater dialogic engagement between organizations and visitors. The results offer the first … Continue reading Dialogic strategies and outcomes: A review of environmental advocacy groups’ Facebook profiles