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Communication is simply the act of
transferring information from one
place to another.
This is a DYNAMIC process.
VERBAL

• face-to-face, telephone, radio or television or other media.
NON VERBAL

• language, gestures, how we dress or a...
Why Is

Communication Important

It is important to communicate well. It can help
you to understand what another person is...
CLARITY
• Choose precise yet
THE
familiar words.
QUALITY
• It makes understanding
OF
easier.
BEING
CLEAR
• clarity of thou...
COMPLETENESS
• Provide all necessary
FULL WITH information.
NO PART
• Answer all question
MISSING
asked(leaves no question...
CONCISENESS
SHORT
BUT
CLEAR

• Cut out undesirable phrases
and merge them together into
one or more sentence.
• Avoid unne...
CONSIDERATION

“stepping
into the
shoes of
others”.

• Empathize with the audience and
exhibit interest in the audience.
T...
CORRECTNESS

No
grammatical
errors

• The message is
exact, correct and welltimed.
• Greater impact on the
audience.
• it ...
CONCRETNESS

CLEAR
AND
DEFINIT
(real
which one
can see)

• Support with specific
facts and figures.
• Use words that are
c...
Courtesy
sincerely
polite, judici
ous, reflecti
ve and
enthusiastic

• consider both viewpoints
as well as feelings of the...
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
Communication  an overall view
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Communication an overall view

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an overall veiw on communication this include different types of communication,barriers,methods for effective communication etc...

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Communication an overall view

  1. 1. Communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place to another. This is a DYNAMIC process.
  2. 2. VERBAL • face-to-face, telephone, radio or television or other media. NON VERBAL • language, gestures, how we dress or act - even our scent. WRITTEN • letters, e-mails, books, magazines, the Internet or via other media. VIZUALIZATION • graphs, charts, maps, logos and other visualizations can communicate messages.
  3. 3. Why Is Communication Important It is important to communicate well. It can help you to understand what another person is saying. It also means that they can express their own needs and concerns
  4. 4. CLARITY • Choose precise yet THE familiar words. QUALITY • It makes understanding OF easier. BEING CLEAR • clarity of thoughts and ideas enhances the meaning of message.
  5. 5. COMPLETENESS • Provide all necessary FULL WITH information. NO PART • Answer all question MISSING asked(leaves no question in the mind of receiver) • Give something extra when desirable.
  6. 6. CONCISENESS SHORT BUT CLEAR • Cut out undesirable phrases and merge them together into one or more sentence. • Avoid unnecessary repetitions. • Concise message is more appealing and comprehensible to the audience.
  7. 7. CONSIDERATION “stepping into the shoes of others”. • Empathize with the audience and exhibit interest in the audience. This will stimulate a positive reaction from the audience. • Show optimism towards your audience. • Ensure that the self-respect of the audience is maintained and their emotions are not at harm.
  8. 8. CORRECTNESS No grammatical errors • The message is exact, correct and welltimed. • Greater impact on the audience. • it boosts up the confidence level.
  9. 9. CONCRETNESS CLEAR AND DEFINIT (real which one can see) • Support with specific facts and figures. • Use words that are clear and that which build the reputation. •Concrete messages are not misinterpreted.
  10. 10. Courtesy sincerely polite, judici ous, reflecti ve and enthusiastic • consider both viewpoints as well as feelings of the receiver of the message. • positive and focused at the audience. • use terms showing respect for the receiver of message. • It is not at all biased.

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