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Effective communication

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satnam singh

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of Effective communication

Effective communication what is effective communication? communication is the process of trying to convey or share ideas to others from one person to another through either visual,verbal,written or expressive communication.

effective communication is the idea that the information is received and understood in the way the presenter intended it to be. definition: a form of communication used to convey ideas through illustration and media, such as video and graphs. it is very effective at getting quantitative information across. visual definition: verbal communication involves using a persons voice to communicate to other people. voice can be recorded and listened to again, without the need for a person to actually speak in the same room. verbal definition: expressed communication involves using a persons body language and emotive facial expression to communicate how a person feels about a subject being discussed. so giving off the wrong body language may make people think that you aren't listening, and don't care about the matter being discussed. expressive definition: written communication is the representing of information via the use of symbols and signs. the use of formal and informal speech plays a part in written communication. written there are different barriers and limitations that affect all aspects of communication, things that prevent information from being passed on. here are some limitations, and how they can be improved.

physical: people may not socialise with anybody, this will make people believe you do not wish to communicate.getting rid of this behaviour will greatly improve communication between people in the work place.

emotional: people are easily capable of picking up on emotional frailties, by ignoring these anxieties, and not showing your emotions, your communication skills will improve.

cultural: even in the most perfect of workplaces cultural difference will arise, these could be racial or societal. if we allow it, these difference could escalate into arguments, which could hamper any work efforts. finding common guard between work colleagues can reduce this barrier.. All-round barriers Barriers

People may not speak the same language, so information is not received or understood by either person.to get past this you could try to use a translator or to use a different type of communication, like visual.

one of the people involved in the conversation may be hard of hearing, in this case you don't want to keep repeating yourself, so verbal communication may not be the best kind of communication for that particular scenario. interpersonal skills interpersonal skills, sometimes refered to as people skills, are the skills used by people to communicate and talk to others. people strong in interpersonal skills have the ability to lead groups in situations, delegate jobs to the right people, persuade other people to help and most importantly listen to what ideas other people have. having interpersonal skills can increase the efficiency and productivity of a company, as people will begin to communicate with respect, and the number of conflicts will be reduced as a direct result of this newly found respect. having interpersonal skills can also make a presentation look more professional,as people with good interpersonal skills have the ability to hold back emotions ,such as anxiety and nervousness, which have the capability of ruining a presentation, and could effectively lose the company contract, so interpersonal skills are very important. formal or informal written communication can be either formal or informal. formal is more serious, while informal is less serious, when these should be used depends on the situation at hand, a presentation at a work place for the boss of the company means using formal language, whilst writing an email for friends we tend to use informal language. this also plays a part in verbal communication. by Satnam Singh barriers many people have impaired sight, which means that they might not be able to clearly see the diagram or graph, and in turn not understand the information being presented,in this case visual communication isn't the best idea. Barriers

peoples handwriting may not be the best, meaning that people cannot read what has been written, using word processors can fix this problem.spelling problems can also be fixed by using word processor.

abbreviations may be used in writtten communication by younger people. some older people may not understand these abbrevaitions, so will be confused. Barriers

not all people can pick up on body language was well as others, others may just think that they're being disrespectful, instead try using low amounts of body language, and not going over the top can help aswell. conclusion in conclusion using a variety of different communication types in conjuction with each other is the best way to effectively communicate to one another.
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