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Communication gap

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Communication gap

  1. 1. BY DARPAN,NIRMAL,SACHIN,SONAM,JAYANTHI AND VARSHA
  2. 2. The difference between what the senderwants to convey and the receiverunderstands is communication gap.Beating the communication gap is a majorhurdle in the organizations pursuit ofprosperity and progress. With the gapunresolved it leads to goals and objectivesnot being met and this hinders a businessfulfilling its potential
  3. 3. ALL OF US CONVERSATE IN OUR EVERY DAY LIFE BUT.DOES THE RECEIVERUNDERSTAND OUR MESSAGE COMPLETELY AND IN THE RIGHT SENSE? THIS ISWHAT WE CALL ‘THE GAP’…
  4. 4. POOR VOCABULARY TALKING FAST CARELESSNESSIMPROPER SELECTION OF WORDS LACK OF CLARITY
  5. 5. ERRONOUSLOOSING CLIENTS ACTIONS PROBLEM PROBLEM BETWEEN BETWEEN EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEE TIME AND MONEY LOSS
  6. 6. NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION IS MORE PRONE TO SUCH GAPS.NON VERBALSIGNALS AND SIGNS DIFFER FROM CULTURE TO CULTURE PLACE TOPLACE.AVOIDING NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN THE WORK PLACE AS MUCHAS POSSIBLE IS NECESSARY
  7. 7. Understanding the opposite gender preparationUnderstanding the diversity in workplace Avoiding non verbal communicationAvoiding experimentation with word usage Getting feedback Crosschecking Improving fluency in the language
  8. 8. Women tend to ask lots of questions before beginning work. Mensimply roll up their sleeves. The result: Men assume women arentup to the job. If they were competent, reason men, then womenwouldnt be asking so many questions. But in fact, women typicallyverify and validate data before starting tasks, sometimes to improvetheir performance.
  9. 9. IT IS ALWAYS SAFE TO PREPARE BEFORE SPEAKING BYTHIS WE CAN AVOID UNWANTED DETAILS AND SPEAKONLY WHAT IS ESSENTIAL.PREPARATION OF EVEN TWOMINUTES CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE
  10. 10. UNDERSTANDING THE DIVERSITY IS VERY IMPORTANT .SO TOCOMMUNICATE CLEARLY AND PATIENTLY AVOIDING NONVERBAL SIGNS AND EXPRESSIONS IS ESSENTIAL HERE
  11. 11. IT IS COMMON HABBIT TO USE A NEWLY LEARNT WORD WHILE TALKING BUT ONESHOULD RESIST THIS TEMPTATION IN THE WORKPLACE.TH E CHANCES OFIMPROPER USAGE IS VERY HIGH!THE MOST IMPORTANT PART IS TO MAKE THERECEIVER UNDERSTAND AND NOT TO SHOW OFF ONE’S VAOCABULARY ORLANGUAGE SKILLS!!!
  12. 12. THIS IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO REDUCE COMMUNICATION GAP.THIS METHODWILL CLEARLY POINT OUT THE ARES WHERE COMMUNICATION NEEDS TO BE IMPROVEDAND THE IMPROVEMENT CAN BE FELT IMMEDIATELY.
  13. 13. THE MOST ESSENTIAL THING FORCOMMUNICATION IS THE LANGUAGE WE SPEAK.ITIS ESSENTIAL TO LEARN THE LANGUAGE WELL ANDSPAEK IT WITHOUT GRAMMATICALERRORS.LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE ALWAYSHELPS.THE KEY IS NOT LEARNING MANYLANGUAGES BUT LEARNING A LANGUAGEPERFECTLY WELL.
  14. 14. The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. Whenthere is a gap between ones real and ones declaredaims, one turns, as it were, instinctively to long wordsand exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish squirting outink. GEORGE ORWELLCOMMUNICATION IS A VERY ESSENTIAL PART OFEVERYDAY LIFE AND ITS PRESENCE IS MORE FELT INORGANISATION. SO TO LEARN TO COMMUNICATEEFFECTIVELY IS THE NEED OF THE HOUR.

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