Communication model

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  • 1. SYED GHAZANFAR NAQVI17557Managerial Communication 1
  • 2.  Communication - is the exchange ofmessages or information byspeech, visuals, signals, writing, orbehavior. Interpersonal Communication -communication between two or more peoplein an organization Communicator - the person originating themessage Receiver - the person receiving a messageManagerial Communication 2
  • 3. Message - the thoughts andfeelings that the communicator iswilling to share.Feedback Loop - the pathway thatcompletes two-waycommunicationManagerial Communication 3
  • 4. Data – unarranged words andunanalyzed factsInformation – data arranged inmeaning full manner that becomeinformationManagerial Communication 4
  • 5. EventXMessage• Context• AffectPerceptual screens////////////////////////////////////Perceptual screensCommunicator ReceiverManagerial Communication 5
  • 6.  MODEL #1: CONTINUOUS LOOP MODEL MODEL #2: SHANNON & WEAVER MODEL #3: BERLO’S “MODEL”Managerial Communication 6
  • 7.  This can be done in real life situations or itcan be done on a more “academic” level. This is the EARLIEST model ofcommunication that has been presentedand accepted by others who study thefield. It is also the SIMPLEST model It includes all of the basic parts in thecommunication process.Managerial Communication 7
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  • 12.  An exact date is not given for thestudy, but it is believed to have beencompleted in the late 1970s or the early1980s. This one is not designed to be “academic”or “practical.” It is designed to be “ALL-INCLUSIVE” It is NOT a model because it was neveractually tested.Managerial Communication 12
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  • 15. Presented by:Syed Ghazanfar NaqviManagerial Communication 15