Interpersonal communication is the process of exchange of information, ideas and feelings between two or more people through verbal or non-verbal methods.
It often includes face-to-face exchange of information, in a form of voice, facial expressions, body language and gestures. The level of one’s interpersonal communication skills is measured through the effectiveness of transferring messages to others.
6 Elements of Interpersonal Communication
In communication theory, there are six key components of interpersonal communication.