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Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
Communication barriers
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Communication barriers

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  • 1. Communication Barriers Course Instructor: Sneha Sharma
  • 2. BARRIERS ARE INFLUENCING FACTORS - WHICH IMPEDE OR BREAKDOWN THE CONTINUOUS COMMUNICATIONS LOOP. - THEY BLOCK, DISTORT, OR ALTER THE INFORMATION. Definition
  • 3. Communication Barriers Physical and Environmental Barriers Semantic Barriers Cultural Barriers Physiological Barriers Social Barriers Organizational Barriers
  • 4. Physicaland Environmental Barriers  Uncomfortable meeting place  Uncomfortable sitting  Unhygienic room  Background noise  Poor lighting  An environment that is too hot or cold
  • 5. Semantic Barrier  Use of jargon/slang  Use of Homophones  Incoherence / poor sentence structuring  Use of Technical language
  • 6. Cultural Barrier  Cultural difference leads to difference in  interest,  knowledge,  value, and  tradition.
  • 7. Physiological Barrier  Poor Listening Skills  Information Overload  Inattention  Emotions  Poor Retention
  • 8. SocialBarriers  Phenomenon of conformity  a process in which the norms, values, and behaviors of an individual begin to follow those of the wider group.  Social factors such as  age,  gender,  socioeconomic status, and  marital status may act as a barrier to communication in certain situations
  • 9. Organizational Barriers  Technological Failure  Message not delivered due to technical failure  Time Pressures  Targets have to be achieved within a specified time period,  in a haste to meet deadlines,  formal channels of communication is shortened  Leading to confusion and misunderstanding  Complexity in Organizational Structure  Greater the hierarchy in an organization (i.e., the more the number of managerial levels), more are the chances of communication getting destroyed.
  • 10. LINGUISTIC BARRIERS PAST EXPERIENCES UNCLEAR MESSAGES STEREOTYPES Few Other Barriers
  • 11.  THAT’S All FOR TODAY 

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