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  • 1. 1 Presented By- AARTI BBA (B&I)
  • 2. 2 “Communication is an exchange of facts, ideas, opinions or emotions by two or more persons.” –William Newman
  • 3. How communicationproceed…?And…How Disturbances create...? 3
  • 4.  Barriers  Barrier means hindrances, hurdles, or problems  Inappropriate medium or channel  Incorrect grammar, inflammatory words, words that conflict with body language  Noise (Can be interference from various sources – radio, chatter, etc.)  And to express in action or words ones emotions & thoughts. 4
  • 5. Communication is about overcoming barriers.  5
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  • 7. Today’s Topics1. Organizational barriers;2. Semantic barriers;3. Psychological barriers;4. Personal barriers;5. Overcoming the barriers. 7
  • 8.  Rules and Status and Regulations Position Complex 8 Facilities Organization
  • 9. Badly Faculty expressed Translation messages Unclarified Jargon Assumptions Language Problems of language are called Semantic Barriers.9 Words and symbols used to communicate facts and feeling may means different things to different persons.
  • 10.  Loss of Premature transmission evaluation Inattention Failure of communication 10
  • 11. Barriers to Superior • Regard and Attitude • Message overload • Distrust • Self-satisfaction Barriers to Subordinate • They dislike to show mistake • Lack of incentives11 • Lack of encouragement • Unwilling to communicate
  • 12.  A thorough understanding of communication barrier is the basic requirement to find out measures to remove or eliminate or overcome them. 12
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