Communicability is an acquired quality of a person, manifested in the ability of a person to use his ability to build productive interaction in the most qualitative and adequate way. In the scientific paradigm, sociability is quality, showing not only the ability of the individual to communicate, but also to search for compatibility, to build connections with other people. It manifests itself in a high ability to work together, and not only as a participant, but also as a leader and organizer of this type of activity. This is a key point in some specific client-oriented or communication-oriented activities, but apart from this, communicability often becomes an added bonus in any other direction of the main work.
In the field of intimate communication or friendship, sociability implies the ability to establish productive contact. With examples of life, this can be expressed as the ability of a person to maintain an interesting dialogue for a long time, the ability to interest the interlocutor, to support, as well as some elements of empathic understanding of those around him. From a negative point of view, the word sociability precisely in interpersonal interaction can be equated to talkativeness or intrusiveness, but these concepts do not reflect the whole true meaning of the term.