COMMUNICATIONSKILLSDAVIDM.Phil,DEPT. OF BOTANY,ST. JOSEPH’S COLLEGE.
What is Communication?COMMUNICATION IS THE ART OF TRANSMITTINGINFORMATION, IDEAS AND ATTITUDES FROM ONE PERSON TOANOTHER.C...
• ITS ESSENCES : PERSONAL PROCESS OCCURS BETWEEN PEOPLE INVOLVES CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR MEANS TO INFLUENCE OTHERS EXPRES...
What are the most common wayswe communicate?Spoken WordWritten WordVisual ImagesBody Language
PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
Source:Why to communicate?What to communicate?Usefulness of the communication.Accuracy of the Information to be communicat...
Verbal Communication ChannelsFace-To-Face meetings,Telephones,Video Conferencing.Written Communication ChannelsLetters,e-M...
EFFECTIVE DECODING:Listen actively,Reading information carefully,Avoid Confusion,Ask question for better understanding.THE...
FEEDBACK:Feedback can be:Verbal Reactions and Non-Verbal Reactions.Positive feedback and Negative feedback.
CONTEXT:1.Various Cultures (Corporate, International, Regional, etc),2.Language,3.Location or Place (Restaurant, Office, A...
Barriers to communication• Noise• Inappropriate medium• Assumptions/Misconceptions• Emotions• Language differences• Poor l...
Hearing Vs ListeningHearing – Physical process,natural, passiveListening – Physical as wellas mental process, active,learn...
VALUE OF LISTENING Listening to others is an elegant art. Good listening reflects courtesy and good manners. Listening ...
Always think ahead about what you are going to say.Use simple words and phrases that are understood by every body.Incre...
ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNICATIONDON’TsDo not instantly react and mutter something in anger.Do not use technical terms & termi...
How to Improve Existing Level ofCOMMUNICATION?IMPROVE LANGUAGE.IMPROVE PRONUNCIATIOON.WORK ON VOICE MODULATION.WORK ON...
Improving Body Language -Tips• Keep appropriate distance• Touch only when appropriate• Take care of your appearance• Be aw...
Some major areas of nonverbal behaviors to explore are:Eye contactFacial expressionsGesturesPosture and body orientation
EYE CONTACT:Eye is an direct and most expressive part ofour body.Different ways of Eye ContactDirect Eye Contact: (Shows c...
FACIAL EXPRESSION:Smile covers the most part of facial expression:Smiling is a powerful cue that transmits:HappinessFriend...
GESTURES:If you fail to gesture while speaking, you may beperceived as boring, stiff and unanimated.A lively and animated ...
POSTURE AND BODYORIENTATION• You communicate numerous messages by the way you walk, talk,stand and sit.• Standing erect, b...
EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONSKILLSPresentation Skills while appearing for an interview.Your Dressing sense (Males & Females),Doc...
…in the new global and diverseworkplace requiresexcellent communication skills!Success for YOU…
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    1. 1. COMMUNICATIONSKILLSDAVIDM.Phil,DEPT. OF BOTANY,ST. JOSEPH’S COLLEGE.
    2. 2. What is Communication?COMMUNICATION IS THE ART OF TRANSMITTINGINFORMATION, IDEAS AND ATTITUDES FROM ONE PERSON TOANOTHER.COMMUNICATION IS THE PROCESS OF MEANINGFULINTERACTION AMONG HUMAN BEINGS.
    3. 3. • ITS ESSENCES : PERSONAL PROCESS OCCURS BETWEEN PEOPLE INVOLVES CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR MEANS TO INFLUENCE OTHERS EXPRESSION OF THOUGHTS ANDEMOTIONS THROUGH WORDS & ACTIONS. TOOLS FOR CONTROLLING AND MOTIVATING PEOPLE. IT IS A SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL PROCESS.
    4. 4. What are the most common wayswe communicate?Spoken WordWritten WordVisual ImagesBody Language
    5. 5. PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
    6. 6. Source:Why to communicate?What to communicate?Usefulness of the communication.Accuracy of the Information to be communicated.Encoding:• The process of transferring the information you want to communicate into a form that can be sent andcorrectly decoded at the other end.• Ability to convey the information.• Eliminate sources of confusion.• For e.g. cultural issues, mistaken assumptions,• and missing information.• Knowing your audience.
    7. 7. Verbal Communication ChannelsFace-To-Face meetings,Telephones,Video Conferencing.Written Communication ChannelsLetters,e-Mails,Memos,Report
    8. 8. EFFECTIVE DECODING:Listen actively,Reading information carefully,Avoid Confusion,Ask question for better understanding.THE INFLUENCE FOR RECEIVER:• The prior knowledge can influence the receiver’sunderstanding of the message.• Blockages in the receiver’s mind.• The surrounding disturbances
    9. 9. FEEDBACK:Feedback can be:Verbal Reactions and Non-Verbal Reactions.Positive feedback and Negative feedback.
    10. 10. CONTEXT:1.Various Cultures (Corporate, International, Regional, etc),2.Language,3.Location or Place (Restaurant, Office, Auditorium, Room,etc).4.SituationThe sender needs to communicate the context to the receiverfor better clarity in the communication process.
    11. 11. Barriers to communication• Noise• Inappropriate medium• Assumptions/Misconceptions• Emotions• Language differences• Poor listening skills• Distractions
    12. 12. Hearing Vs ListeningHearing – Physical process,natural, passiveListening – Physical as wellas mental process, active,learned process, a skillListening is hard.You must choose to participate in the process of listening.
    13. 13. VALUE OF LISTENING Listening to others is an elegant art. Good listening reflects courtesy and good manners. Listening carefully to the instructions of superiors improve competence andperformance. The result of poor listening skill could be disastrous in business,employment and social relations.Good listening can eliminate a number of imaginary grievances of employees.Good listening skill can improve social relations and conversation.Listening is a positive activity rather than a passive or negative activity.
    14. 14. Always think ahead about what you are going to say.Use simple words and phrases that are understood by every body.Increase your knowledge on all subjects you are required to speak.Speak clearly and audibly.Check twice with the listener whether you have been understood accurately or notIn case of an interruption, always do a little recap of what has been already said.Always pay undivided attention to the speaker while listening.While listening, always make notes of important points.Always ask for clarification if you have failed to grasp other’s point of view.Repeat what the speaker has said to check whether you have understood accurately.ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNICATIONDos
    15. 15. ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNICATIONDON’TsDo not instantly react and mutter something in anger.Do not use technical terms & terminologies not understood by majority ofpeople.Do not speak too fast or too slow.Do not speak in inaudible surroundings, as you won’t be heard.Do not assume that every body understands you.While listening do not glance here and there as it might distract thespeaker.Do not interrupt the speaker.Do not jump to the conclusion that you have understood every thing.
    16. 16. How to Improve Existing Level ofCOMMUNICATION?IMPROVE LANGUAGE.IMPROVE PRONUNCIATIOON.WORK ON VOICE MODULATION.WORK ON BODY LANGUAGE.READ MORELISTEN MOREAVOID READING OR WATCHING OR LISTENING UNWANTED LITERATURE,GOSSIP, MEDIA PRESENTATION ETC.INTERACT WITH QUALITATIVE PEOPLE.IMPROVE ON YOU TOPIC OF DISCUSSION,PRACTICE MEDITATION & GOOD THOUGHTS.THINK AND SPEAK.DO NOT SPEAK TOO FAST.USE SIMPLE VOCABULARY.
    17. 17. Improving Body Language -Tips• Keep appropriate distance• Touch only when appropriate• Take care of your appearance• Be aware - people may give false cues• Maintain eye contact• Smile genuinely
    18. 18. Some major areas of nonverbal behaviors to explore are:Eye contactFacial expressionsGesturesPosture and body orientation
    19. 19. EYE CONTACT:Eye is an direct and most expressive part ofour body.Different ways of Eye ContactDirect Eye Contact: (Shows confidence)Looking downwards (Listening carefully or Guilty)Single raised eyebrow (Doubting)Both raised eyebrows (Admiring)Bent eyebrows (Sudden focus)Tears coming out (Emotional either happy or hurt)
    20. 20. FACIAL EXPRESSION:Smile covers the most part of facial expression:Smiling is a powerful cue that transmits:HappinessFriendlinessWarmthLikingAffiliation
    21. 21. GESTURES:If you fail to gesture while speaking, you may beperceived as boring, stiff and unanimated.A lively and animated teaching style capturesstudents attention, makes the material moreinteresting, facilitates learning and provides a bit ofentertainment.Head nods, a form of gestures, communicate positivereinforcement to students and indicate that you arelistening.
    22. 22. POSTURE AND BODYORIENTATION• You communicate numerous messages by the way you walk, talk,stand and sit.• Standing erect, but not rigid, and leaning slightly forwardcommunicates to students that you are approachable, receptiveand friendly.• Furthermore, interpersonal closeness results when you and yourstudents face each other.• Speaking with your back turned or looking at the floor or ceilingshould be avoided; it communicates disinterest to your class.
    23. 23. EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONSKILLSPresentation Skills while appearing for an interview.Your Dressing sense (Males & Females),Documents needed to be carried,Your body language (while standing, while sitting, whilewalking),Your attitude (Soberness, Soft words, avoid westernaccent),Your Confidence (while talking, body movements,aggression, etc).
    24. 24. …in the new global and diverseworkplace requiresexcellent communication skills!Success for YOU…

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