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Communication barriers by dharma

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  • 1. COMMUNICATION BARRIERS Presented By Dharma Narayana Sahu Centurion university Reg no 110202MBR008
  • 2. WHAT IS COMMUNICATION  Communication is not only the transaction of the lesson but also to get the proper understanding.  communication involves a sender and a receiver (or receivers) conveying information through a communication channel.
  • 3. says Who... what... in what way... to whom...Communicat Message Medium Receiveror Feedback
  • 4. TYPES OF COMMUNICATION BARRIER There are many barriers to communication, although they can be categorized into three… Physical barriers are things like: - distance - disconnected cable - disability or decease - unclear message
  • 5.  Cultural barriers are things like: - misunderstanding the meaning of the message - Prohibited subjects - Assumptions and prejudice - Different language .
  • 6.  Psychological barriers are things like: - Shame - Guilty - Shyness - Fear - Uncertainty - Mistrust - Hatred
  • 7. BARRIER EXPLANATION Language The communication message might not use vocabulary that is understood by the receiver – e.g. too much use of technical or financial jargon Noise Various things stop a message from getting through or being heard – e.g. poor connection, background noise, distractions, too many people speaking Overload Too much information can cause problems e.g. slow down decision making Emotion The relationship between the sender and receiver of communication might adversely affect the message – which could be ignored or misinterpreted Gaps Too many intermediaries (e.g. too many layers in hierarchy through which message has to be passed) might prevent or distort the message Inconsistency If people receive conflicting or inconsistent messages, then they may ignore or block them
  • 8. OVERCOMING THE BARRIERS Taking the receiver more seriously Thinking more clearly about the message Delivering messages skilfully  Focusing on the receiver  Using multiple channels and encoding  Securing appropriate feedback
  • 9. Thank u