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 Mayank ThankiTeam Manager @ Corporate Infocom Pvt. Ltd.Delhi as Website DeveloperWebsite: www.gujrattinfo.comEmail : mth...
 Sender and Receiver are the most two  component . Similarly, sender speaks and receiver  listens. Speaking and Listeni...
   Effective performance depending upon our    conversational ability.   Audience view , reaction and response    encour...
 Good conversational skills help us in both  professional and social conversations. Everybody talk in a friendly environ...
1.Chat           The least formal of all2.Tete-a-tete     conversations.3.Dialogue       Private conversations4.Parley  ...
   Each type of conversation serves a specific ,    well-define purpose.   By following certain simple strategies discus...
 While conversing with friends or relatives. We may have not any difficulty starting or  ending conversation as we share...
 We can state a fact or ask a question to  start a conversation. We can also start with a smile and some  greeting word....
   No matter how good and interesting our    conversations are we needs to close    them at some point.Involving Everyone...
 Conversation become successful only  when all the participants have interest in  the discussion and participants in it....
 We start the conversation and set the  stage. We should have some strategies to  develop our ideas . The best strategy...
 This is the most difficult aspect of a  conversation. We use language in conversations to  convey our ideas and feeling...
   What is the meaning of conversation?      Conversation means one type of sharing       ideas about the particular top...
 Sitting anywhere in the world we can  share information, make requests, discuss  business matter and be in touch with ou...
   While talking on the phone we have to use    polite expressions such as ‘how can may I    help you?, may I speak to Mr...
conversation   Conversation means one type of sharing ideas    about the particular topic.   Conversation practice can b...
   At The Office During Lunch Break    › In this type of conversation it is held by the      two or more colleagues of a ...
   Out side the exam center    › This is the best conversation among the all     conversation practice of conversation th...
   Several occasions or situations that    require us to speak to another person for    getting or giving information.  ...
   Example:    1)At the tailor’s shop    2)At the library desk    3)At the bank
Presentation is About Communication Skill
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  1. 1.  Mayank ThankiTeam Manager @ Corporate Infocom Pvt. Ltd.Delhi as Website DeveloperWebsite: www.gujrattinfo.comEmail : mthanki89@gmail.comMobile: 8238420486
  2. 2.  Sender and Receiver are the most two component . Similarly, sender speaks and receiver listens. Speaking and Listening activities complement each other. In many situations in our personal, professional or academic life.
  3. 3.  Effective performance depending upon our conversational ability. Audience view , reaction and response encourage or discourage us. Although in face to face conversations we can use our body language more effectively then in telephonic conversations. The same basic strategies for effectiveness apply for both three types.
  4. 4.  Good conversational skills help us in both professional and social conversations. Everybody talk in a friendly environment. None of the professional talks, those of the teachers, the lawyers, the public speaker, the actor, the debater, may be considered as conversations per se. Example :- it is break time at a conference. You spot some participants with whom you would like to build a relationship.
  5. 5. 1.Chat  The least formal of all2.Tete-a-tete conversations.3.Dialogue  Private conversations4.Parley  Conversations in a book,5.Colloquy play or film.6Communion  A formal discussion between enemies.  The most formal of all conversations.  Communion with nature.
  6. 6.  Each type of conversation serves a specific , well-define purpose. By following certain simple strategies discussed below, we all can make our conversations more interesting, inspiring, and influential. Listening intently Starting and ending conversations Involving everyone in the group Arousing and sustaining interest Developing ideas adequately Using appropriate language
  7. 7.  While conversing with friends or relatives. We may have not any difficulty starting or ending conversation as we share many common events over experience with them. However with a stranger or with somebody whom we do not know very well. An effective conversation may play an important role in shaping our career or developing a long lasting relationship.
  8. 8.  We can state a fact or ask a question to start a conversation. We can also start with a smile and some greeting word. For Ex: › How did you like yesterdays program? › I did not like today’s class on circuits and signals.
  9. 9.  No matter how good and interesting our conversations are we needs to close them at some point.Involving Everyone:o You are conversing with two of your teammates on an important class assignment on a team presentation.
  10. 10.  Conversation become successful only when all the participants have interest in the discussion and participants in it. A conversation filled with question, answers, views, expressions, stat ements, information always turns out to be an interesting one. Questioning is the mode of conversation among Gentlemen.  --samuel johnson
  11. 11.  We start the conversation and set the stage. We should have some strategies to develop our ideas . The best strategy is to build a knowledge reservoir that never lets our conversation run dry.
  12. 12.  This is the most difficult aspect of a conversation. We use language in conversations to convey our ideas and feelings, to paraphrase the presented thoughts, to appropriate others to reflect implications and underlying feelings and to invite contributions.
  13. 13.  What is the meaning of conversation?  Conversation means one type of sharing ideas about the particular topic. What is the meaning of Etiquette ?  Etiquette means one type of politeness in your conversation and speech.
  14. 14.  Sitting anywhere in the world we can share information, make requests, discuss business matter and be in touch with our family, friends and colleagues over the phone. We can get information about any place, product or people across the world by the use of telephone. Now in the telephonic conversation, the two parties can not see each others facial expression and other aspects of body language.
  15. 15.  While talking on the phone we have to use polite expressions such as ‘how can may I help you?, may I speak to Mr.…?’ There are few things to be careful while telephonic conversation. › Do not shout. › Do not use slangs. › Do not interrupt the caller when he/she is speaking. › Thank the caller before ending the call.
  16. 16. conversation Conversation means one type of sharing ideas about the particular topic. Conversation practice can be held in the following places. -> In the class room:- Now In The class room conversation it would be discuss by the teacher and the students(boys&girls).
  17. 17.  At The Office During Lunch Break › In this type of conversation it is held by the two or more colleagues of a particular organization. In the mall/in a park/at a restaurant › In this type of conversation it would be discussed by the family members or group of friends etc.
  18. 18.  Out side the exam center › This is the best conversation among the all conversation practice of conversation that we have discussed above. › It is an informal conversation and it is used between the class mates and between students and their parents.
  19. 19.  Several occasions or situations that require us to speak to another person for getting or giving information. Dialogues spoken on such occasions are called situational dialogues.
  20. 20.  Example: 1)At the tailor’s shop 2)At the library desk 3)At the bank
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