BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION1

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B.P.SUNILSATISH KUMARMANJUNATHFRANCISSHARATHGIRISH

BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION : 

BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION

CONTENTS : 

CONTENTS Meaning and Definition Semantic Barriers Physical Barriers Organizational Barriers Psychological Barriers Essentials Of Effective Communication

MEANING : 

MEANING Barriers to communication include all those things that hinder the communication process and result in some kind of distortion in the message. A " communication barrier" is anything that interferes with the transfer of intended information from a sender to a receiver. This can include anything from static on a radio, preventing the listener from hearing the program, to a third party interfering in a conversation between two people.

Definition : 

Definition Barriers Communication is Obstacle in a workplace that prevent effective exchange of ideas or thoughts. Such barriers include : Status differences Gender differences Cultural differences Prejudices The organizational Environment.

Semantic Barriers to Communication : 

Semantic Barriers to Communication Different Languages. Different Context for Words and Symbols. Poor Vocabulary.

PHYSICAL BARRIERS : 

PHYSICAL BARRIERS Noise Improper time Distance Inadequate or overload information

ORGANIZATIONAL BARRIERS : 

ORGANIZATIONAL BARRIERS Organizational Rules and Regulations. Non conducting of staff Meeting. Wrong choice of channel. Hierarchical Relationship.

PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS : 

PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS Selective Perceptions. Premature Evaluation. Different comprehension of reality. Attitude of Surprise. Attitude of Subordinates. Poor Listening. Egotism. Emotions.

ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION : 

ESSENTIALS OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 7CS OF COMMUNICATION Candid Clear Complete Concise Concrete Correct courteous

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OTHER PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION Create Synergetic Environment. Two way Communication. Strengthen Communication Flow. Proper Medias. Encourage open Communication. Appropriate Language. Effective Listening.