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    2. 2. Expectations from the Program A Syndicate Exercise Based on the syndicate’s desire to learn today
    3. 3. Communication Skills “It takes 3 years to learn how to use your tongue; however it takes lifetime to learn when and where to use it” - Anonymous
    4. 4. One sentence can „Make a big difference‟…..
    5. 5. Functions of Communication1. Control member behavior.2. Foster motivation for what is to be done.3. Provide a release for emotional expression.4. Provide information needed to make decisions.
    6. 6. Communication Styles In Organizations STYLE TYPESWritten Communication Letters, Office memos, Reports, Instruction manuals, policies, Forms, EmailVerbal Communication Formal and Informal ConversationNonverbal Communication Human behavior, Facial expressions, Body language
    7. 7. Grapevine• Grapevine Characteristics – Informal, not controlled by management – Perceived by most employees as being more believable and reliable than formal communications – Largely used to serve the self-interests of those who use it – Results from: • Desire for information about important situations • Ambiguous conditions • Conditions that cause anxiety
    9. 9. Formal Channels Of Communication Upward Communication • Suggestions for improvement • Disputes • Performance reports Horizontal Communication•Advice to other departments Employee•Coordination with other departments•Problem solving for other departments Downward Communication•Problem solving within departments •Job instructions •Plans and Policies •Procedures and Rules •Performance Feedback & Goals
    10. 10. Information Richness of Communication ChannelsLow channel richness High channel richness Routine Non-routine
    11. 11. One Way Versus Two WayCommunication
    12. 12. Structure Of Communication• Sender• Receiver• Message• Medium• Context
    13. 13. Communication Process SenderDevelop idea Encode Transmit Feedback MediumUse Accept Decode Receive Receiver
    14. 14. Communication ProcessSender  His/her knowledge on the subject or issue and ability & limitation to communicate effectively  His/her psychological make up & perception  His/her biases, prejudices about receiverMessage Content Clarity Construction/structureMedium Choice Suitable for sender or receiver or both
    15. 15. Communication Process• Receiver  His/her ability to receive and understand effectively  His/her psychological make up & perception  His/her biases, prejudices about sender  His/her attitude about the subject/issue• Situation or context Physical setting Social context Situation expectancies or readiness
    16. 16. Barriers To CommunicationStructural Environmental• Distance • Noise• Time • Other people intruding• Company : Structure/ • Discomfort (Temperature, Systems Space, Humidity,• Wrong Media Ventilation etc ) • Distraction
    17. 17. Barriers To Communication Cont…Language Psychological• Vocabulary • Fear• Ambiguity • Shyness• Jargon • Aggression• Woolly use of language • Bias / Prejudice,• Rambling Assumption • Pressures • Mood • Ego
    18. 18. Barriers To Communication Cont… Sender’s Weaknesses• Inappropriate tone or • Lack of planning & approach preparation• Poor listening • Sending solutions/• Lack of sufficient conclusions knowledge• Lack of adequate skills
    19. 19. Barriers To Communication Cont… Receiver’s Weaknesses• Reluctance to receive • Not paying attention• Prejudgment of issue or • Only hearing not listening person • Not clarifying• Unfamiliarity with the subject • Assuming
    20. 20. Common barriers to communication:Apparent ‘cause’ Practical ExamplePhysiological Message in an internal report not received due to blindness.Psychological Message from external stakeholder ignored due to ‘groupthink’Cultural Message from organisation misinterpreted by members of a particular groupPolitical Message from internal stakeholder not sent because individual is marginalisedEconomic Message not available to a public sector organisation due to lack of resourcesTechnological Message not delivered due to technical failurePhysical Message cannot be heard and visual aids cannot be seen by some members of the audience
    21. 21. Overcoming the Barriers…• Say to yourself, “I will get Response”• Come up with a topic for discussion everyday• Start improving upon pronunciation• Develop habit of reading – start with the English newspaper / Comics• Understand first, then communicate• Don’t be afraid of asking questions
    22. 22. The 4C Model Of Effective Communication  Completeness  Conciseness  Clarity  Correctness
    23. 23. Benefits of effective communication• Quicker problem solving• Better decision making• Steady work flow• Strong business relations• Better professional image
    24. 24. Impact of Informal Communication in Organizations
    25. 25. Questioning TechniqueOpen Vs Closed Questions?
    26. 26. • Tell me how you went about…?‟ (open)• „How did you prepare?‟ (open – secondary)• „What was your starting point?‟ (probe)• „So, what happened next?‟ (probe)• „Who else was involved?‟ (probe)• „And how did they respond?‟ (probe)• „What were your thoughts at that stage?‟ (probe)• „What were the main outcomes?‟ (probe)• „So, that took a total of six weeks?‟ (closed – clarifying)• „Was it your idea or someone else‟s?‟ (closed – clarifying)• „And the patient made a full recovery?‟ (closed – clarifying)• „So, let me see if I‟ve followed you…‟ (checking – summary)
    27. 27. Some more examples….• "How many people were involved in the fight?" "About ten." "Were they kids or adults?" "Mostly kids." "What sort of ages were they?" "About fourteen or fifteen." "Were any of them wearing anything distinctive?" "Yes, several of them had red baseball caps on." "Can you remember if there was a logo on any of the caps?" "Now you come to mention it, yes, I remember seeing a big letter N."
    28. 28. Form Cocoon Avoid any kind of side disturbances or disruptions by creating a cocoon around you which can help you concentrate more on the message of the speaker…‘This can help you deliver better andbuild a trust for yourself’
    29. 29. Unconscious mind informs both the people ..he is interested in whatever I am saying…
    30. 30. Engage yourselfShow your interest and willingness to here theclient….do not project at any stage that theclient is secondary ,that may lead to builddistrust….
    31. 31. Don‟t „Assume‟“Assumption is communication‟s greatest enemy”
    32. 32. Success for YOU……in the new global and diverse workplace requiresexcellent communication skills!