Communication

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Communication is the art of transmitting information, ideas and attitudes from one person to another. Communication is the process of meaningful interaction among human beings. Also communication is important in organisation.

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  • Communication

    1. 1. Communication Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    2. 2. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    3. 3. Definition • Communication skill is the ability to use language and express oneself. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    4. 4. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    5. 5. New Technologies for Communication • Informational databases • Electronic mail systems • Voice mail systems • Fax machine systems • Cellular phone systems Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    6. 6. Importance of communication • Passes information along. • Makes good relationships. • Helps you get what you need. • Gives you self-esteem. • Helps you to think better. • Makes peaceful communities. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    7. 7. Passes information along Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    8. 8. Makes good relationships. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    9. 9. Helps you get what you need Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    10. 10. Gives you self-esteem Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    11. 11. Helps you to think better Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    12. 12. Makes peaceful communities Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    13. 13. Objectives of Communication Objectives Information Education & training Order and instructions Motivation Raising Morale Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    14. 14. Role of Communication in Business Role Coordination Co- operation Managerial Efficiency Smooth Working Effective Decision- Making Effective Leadership Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    15. 15. Nature of Communication • Two Way Process…… • Knowledge of Language….. • Comprehension. • Message in Communication • Communication through gestures • Omnipresence • Continuous process. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    16. 16. Two Way Process…… Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    17. 17. Knowledge of Language….. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    18. 18. Comprehension. • Analysis of the given communication. • It is the level of understanding of a text/message. • This understanding comes from the interaction between the words that are written and how they trigger knowledge outside the text/message. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    19. 19. Message in Communication RMISJ si eno fo eht gindael tnemeganam etutitsni Is a critical message in communication of intelligence agency……… can u decode it? JSIMR is one of the leading Management institute. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    20. 20. Communication through gestures Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    21. 21. Communication is Omnipresent • Communication is universally used by two or more individual for interaction. • Communication skills are used by both vertebrates and invertebrates. • Communication basically used to convey emotions, feelings all over the world. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    22. 22. Continuous process Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    23. 23. Communication Network Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    24. 24. Communication Network in an Organisation • Communication Network is divided into two parts in an organisation Communication Network External CommunicationInternal Communication Formal Informal Vertical Horizontal Diagonal Public Relation Media Interaction Advertising Telegram Letters Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    25. 25. The channels of communication • Vertical • Horizontal • Diagonal Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    26. 26. Cross Cultural Communication • Cross-cultural communication is a field of study that scrutinizes how people from varying cultural backgrounds communicate, in similar and different ways among themselves & how they endeavor to communicate across cultures. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    27. 27. Tips for Communicating with people Cross- culturally 1. Learning about a culture. 2. Handling Written Communication. 3. Handling Oral Communication. Prof. Akshay Ganbote
    28. 28. Thank You Prof. Akshay Ganbote

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