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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Effective CommunicationPowerPoint Presentation: Achieves Shared Understanding Stimulates others to take actions to achieve goals Channels information to encourage people to act more effectively Effective CommunicationPowerPoint Presentation: Shared Understanding Both the sender and receiver understand the message and act on the message in the same way.PowerPoint Presentation: Anticipate problems Anticipate decisions Coordinate Workflow Supervise Others Develop relationship Promote Products & Services Effective CommunicationPowerPoint Presentation: Guidelines Clarity of Purpose Shared Activity Common Set of Symbols Focus on the needs of the Receiver Use Feedback Active Listening Controlling EmotionsPowerPoint Presentation: Politeness Eliminate Noise Clarify Assumptions Avoiding Connotations and Ambiguities Socio-psychological Aspect Completeness Conciseness Proper Use of Body LanguagePowerPoint Presentation: Clarity of Purpose Understand the Purpose of Message Careful Planning What, Why, How, When and Where of the subject should be clear “The major mistake in communication is to believe that it happens”- G. 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ShawPowerPoint Presentation: Shared Activity All the participants have a share in the process of communication The results are the responsibility of the whole group It is a Group ResponsibilityPowerPoint Presentation: Common Set of Symbols The encoding & decoding should be done with familiar symbols Symbols should be mutually understood Avoid unnecessary technical jargon Specialists/ Technical experts use a particular variety of vocabulary & phraseology which results ineffective communicationPowerPoint Presentation: Focus on the needs of the receiver Awareness on the needs of the receiver makes them spellbound What we communicate should be of value to the receiverPowerPoint Presentation: Use Feedback The sender should make sure whether the message is understood by the receiver Misunderstanding and inaccuracies should be avoided We can get feedback by asking questions, encouraging them to speak or summarize Feedback Loop should be utilizedPowerPoint Presentation: Active Listening Participative Listening is very important It is the joint responsibility of both the sender and the receiverPowerPoint Presentation: Controlling Emotions A successful communicator must learn to exercise restraint on his emotions especially anger. Our reasoning will be clouded with negative feelings/emotions which results ineffective communication Emotion loaded encoding & decoding will lead to misinterpretation or misunderstanding.PowerPoint Presentation: Politeness The tone makes the music The tone of the voice, the choice of language, logical connection between what is said and how it is said influence the receiver. Shun Authoritarianism and exercise authority with grace. Politeness encourages participative communication.PowerPoint Presentation: Eliminate Noise Noise distorts communication at the transmission stage Disturbance in transmission line is bound to defeat the very purpose of communicationPowerPoint Presentation: Clarify Assumptions No effective communication can take place based on assumptions Sender should clarify assumptions and go ahead with proper encoding of the messagePowerPoint Presentation: Avoiding Connotations & Ambiguities The Sender should use simple language Usage of denotative words & expressions will eliminate ambiguity Avoid using words with double meaningPowerPoint Presentation: Socio-psychological Aspect The golden rule of communication is “First understand and then be understood” Proper awareness on the cultural & socio-psychological backgroundPowerPoint Presentation: Completeness The message should be complete with all facts & figures Incomplete communication annoys the listeners. The message should be organized that the receiver is not left in doubt in any aspect of the messagePowerPoint Presentation: Conciseness Avoid unnecessary details or diversion Effective communication is concise & crispPowerPoint Presentation: Proper Use of Body Language Body Language is of paramount importance in oral communication The movements of our hands & feet should be graceful Every listener observes how we talk as well as how we walk Our gait says a lot about us Holding the head straight on the shoulders shows confidencePowerPoint Presentation: Facial Expressions Talks a lotPowerPoint Presentation: Proper Eye contact with the listener Communicate with your eyes Eye ContactPowerPoint Presentation: Thank You Reference Walking the Extra Mile, Dr. Xavier Alphonse S. J. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.