Communication skill & moral value

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  • 1. COMMUNICATION & MORAL VALUES… By : Shalini Devani
  • 2. Introduction
    • Communication
      • Definition
      • Important parts
      • Barriers in it
      • tips to remove them / corrective measures
    • Correlation of it with group activity
    • Moral values & character building
      • Definition
      • Development in an individual
      • Ways to develop them
      • Importance in personal & professional life
  • 3. What is communication??
  • 4. COMMUNICATION
    • It means interaction of a person with the others.
    • It is the transaction of ideas , thoughts ,information, facts & values between 2 or more persons.
  • 5. Important parts …
    • Verbal
      • Language
      • Content/knowledge
    • Non-verbal
      • Tone of voice
      • Body language
        • Facial expression
        • Gesture
        • Posture
        • Eye-contact
    • Written
      • Formal
      • informal
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • Verbal – 7%
    • Non-verbal – 93%
      • Visual -55%
      • Vocal- 38%
  • 8. Stepwise sequel of verbal communication
    • Monologue/dialogue occurs initially
    • Group Discussion in a the team where all come to a conclusion.
    • A sort of hypothesis is formed
    • On that basis, a questionnaire is prepared
    • Personal interview {if needed}
  • 9.
    • Non-verbal communication is over-all inevitable in any interaction & hence everywhere the attire , gesture , posture , body language,…..play an important role in creating a background of our image in the minds of others.
    • But if not taken proper care , then they can create blocks / barriers to communication.
  • 10. Communication process
  • 11. Barriers to communication
  • 12.
    • Problems with communication can pop-up at every stage of this entire process & have the potential to create misunderstanding & confusion.
    • These barriers can be categorized as….
      • Personal
      • Semantic
      • Physical
  • 13. Personal barriers ..
    • Moods
    • Communicating non-decision makers
    • People with Different IQ & EQ
    • Attitude
    • Prejudice
    • Apathy
    • perception
  • 14. Semantic barriers
    • Correct pace
    • Use of slang , acronyms,..
    • Accent
    • Pronunciation
    • Choice of words
    • Spontaneity of words
  • 15. Physical barriers..
    • Attire
    • Distance
    • smoking
    • Faulty equipment
    • Doors ,etc.
  • 16. How to remove these barriers???
  • 17. Corrective measures …
    • Have positive attitude
    • Be extra cautious
    • Be well-prepared
    • Make use of different medias
    • Don’t use slang , jargons ,or acronyms.
    • Practice proper pronunciation with clear accent
    • Empathize
    • Use positive non-verbal language
    • Use powerful , simple & progress related words
  • 18. Tips….
    • Always have a goal for your communication too.
    • Pre-Planning is always beneficial.
    • Never argue
    • Always motivate
    • Keep control on your communication
    • Listen attentively
    • Enhance your knowledge
    • Express feelings honestly
    • Disuse communication errors
    • Improve your tone of voice & vocabulary..
  • 19. Moral values & character building
  • 20.  
  • 21. Moral values …
    • They are the things held to be right or wrong ..or.. desirable or undesirable.
    • They are often the complex definitions of right & wrong that are based upon well-defined value system.
    • A value system refers to how an individual/group organize their ethical or ideological values.
    • A well-defined value system is a moral code.
  • 22. Development process…
    • Mainly through two sources we develop moral values…
    • Learn from others..
      • Parents
      • School
      • Personal experience
      • Ethics/spiritual books
      • Motivating books of great leaders , etc.
    • Self-conditioning
  • 23.
    • In a way, all these can be categorized into :-
      • Core values
      • Protected values
      • Created values
  • 24. Reputation is what people think of us & character is what we know about us. Character building n moral values form d basis of a persons personality. They act as mirror 2 your inner selves. so these act as the steps of a ladder called PERSONALITY.
  • 25. Character building..
    • It is the sum total of many qualities which reflect values such as—
      • Ethics
      • Integrity
      • Honesty
      • Conscience
      • Trustworthiness
      • Mental toughness
      • Courage
      • Consistence
      • loyalty
  • 26. How to build a strong character???
  • 27. Rules…
    • Be trustworthy
    • Don’t cheat
    • Don’t steal
    • Choose friends carefully
    • Don’t try to buy any relation
    • Be with people of highest character
    • Do right thing at the right time
    • Keep your commitments
    • Always give more then what is expected from you
  • 28. Rules…
    • Find happiness in by helping others
    • Seek responsibility , not control
    • Learn to maintain confidentiality
    • Keep your conscience alive
    • Don’t pre-judge people
    • Be “yourself”
    • Learn from mistakes –experience is the best teacher
    • Be gentle , calm &polite—make use of soft words—this is the sign of strength.
    • Practice good listening
    • Stay occupied
    • Read a GOOD book every week to enrich your soul.
  • 29. Conclusion ..
    • The purpose of communication is to get your message across to others clearly and unambiguously.
    • By this ,you convey your thoughts and ideas effectively. When not successful, the thoughts and ideas that you send do not necessarily reflect your own, causing a communications breakdown and creating roadblocks that stand in the way of your goals – both personally and professionally.
    • To be an effective communicator and to get your point across without misunderstanding and confusion, your goal should be to lessen the frequency of communication problems at each stage of the process with clear, concise, accurate, well-planned communications
  • 30. Conclusion
    • Character is the rock,
    • on which the whole edifice of
    • your life is built.
    • You will know that life is full of
    • ups and downs.
    • It requires a great strength of character
    • to withstand the bumpy road in life.
    • Character is the
    • cushion that keeps your life to run on even keel, without
    • being bumped off, in pot holes.
    • Absence of character,
    • even if you have truck of hard currency, will lead to
    • evil ways, from which it is difficult for you to
    • retrieve yourself.
  • 31. Thank-You