Asad Shakeel
Muhammad Asad
Muneeba Khalid
Bushra Khan
Word Communication derived from Latin word
("communis", meaning to share). It is the activity of
conveying information thr...
Internal
Communication
External
Communication
Internal communication denotes a type of
communication within the organization. This
is also known as inter-communication....
 Sender
 Message
 Channel or medium
 Barriers
 Receiver
 Feedback
Sender is the person who communicates the
idea, understanding, and information, or material. He
acts in the capacity of a ...
Message is the meaningful information which a sender
send to receiver. The message may be in form of
order, opinion, advic...
Channel is the way through which communication flows from
sender to the receiver. The transmission of message is
through a...
Sometimes, communication can break down. Often, this is due to
barriers that get in the way of effective communication.
Ba...
Internal barriers are emotional and
mental issues that stop you
from doing a Communication.
examples are
 credibility
 f...
Receiver is a person for whom the message is
targeted. The receiver is the decoder. He, when
receives, decodes or interpre...
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Communication
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Communication

  1. 1. Asad Shakeel Muhammad Asad Muneeba Khalid Bushra Khan
  2. 2. Word Communication derived from Latin word ("communis", meaning to share). It is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information.
  3. 3. Internal Communication External Communication
  4. 4. Internal communication denotes a type of communication within the organization. This is also known as inter-communication. The internal communications, includes letters, memos, notices, instructions and orders. The communication between the organization and the outsiders is called external communication. The external communication includes acknowledgement, enquires, tenders, mee tings, conferences and notices.
  5. 5.  Sender  Message  Channel or medium  Barriers  Receiver  Feedback
  6. 6. Sender is the person who communicates the idea, understanding, and information, or material. He acts in the capacity of a speaker, writer, or encoder.
  7. 7. Message is the meaningful information which a sender send to receiver. The message may be in form of order, opinion, advice, suggestion, instruction, ques tion, answer or material.
  8. 8. Channel is the way through which communication flows from sender to the receiver. The transmission of message is through a medium. Each medium has its own set of rules. Some examples are:
  9. 9. Sometimes, communication can break down. Often, this is due to barriers that get in the way of effective communication. Barriers are the blocks in the flow of communication. Types of Barriers Internal Barriers External Barriers
  10. 10. Internal barriers are emotional and mental issues that stop you from doing a Communication. examples are  credibility  fear  professional status  lack of belief  Conflict  attitudes and beliefs  human nature. External barriers are physical things or problems that stop you from doing communication. examples are  noise  Movement  Distraction  Timing  Language  Layers  personal limitations  time.
  11. 11. Receiver is a person for whom the message is targeted. The receiver is the decoder. He, when receives, decodes or interprets the message. Feedback is basically response or replied of the receiver to the sender. It helps the sender in confirming the correct interpretation of message by the decoder.

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