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Introduction to Effective Communication Skills
"Your ability to speak is a vital instrument in your pursuit of your goals, whether it is with your family, your co-workers or your purchasers and customers." - Les Brown.
It's derived from the Latin word "Communicare" means to share. Communication is a process of transferring signals/ messages between a sender and a receiver. It may be completed through varied modes / methods which will be Oral (using words), Written (utilizing printed or digital media reminiscent of books, magazines, websites or e-mails), Visual (using logos, maps, charts or graphs) even Non Verbal (using body language, gestures, tones and pitch of voice). Communication skills does not only seek advice from the way in which we talk with others, in actual fact, it includes varied different parts like our body language, gesture, facial features, posture, listening skills, pitch and tone of voice.
In right now's highly competitive world a great communication skill (whether or not oral or written) is a must. In keeping with Robert Anderson, "Communication is an interchange of thoughts, opinions, or info, through speech, writing or signs". Written Communication means communication by means of written symbols (either printed or handwritten).
It's a mechanism we use to ascertain and modify relationships not only in enterprise world but in each and every aspect of your life. It helps the relationships to develop along good lines and helps to avoid insults, arguments and conflicts. Today, an efficient communication skill has become a predominant factor even while recruiting and choosing any potential candidate. While interviewing any candidate many interviewers choose them on the basis of their communication skills.
Many consultants imagine that good communication skills can improve their effectivity, productivity and their interpersonal relationships not only within the department however with the whole organisation as well as with the exterior public. Even in the event you look at any job advertisement most of them mentions that candidate ought to have good communication skills.
In any interview a very good communication skill helps to create an edge over others since technical qualifications are likely to be more or less the identical for each candidate. It is often observed that promotions come simply to those who can talk successfully irrespective of the nature of job, designation or department i.e. from senior level to lowest administration level. In actual fact as career progresses, the importance of communication skills will increase; the ability to speak, listen, query and write with clarity and conciseness are essential for every manager and leader. A great communicator identifies strengths as well as weaknesses in their communication that is available in their way of being able to convey their message effectively. They establish the reason for the same and attempt to discover out suitable options for the same.
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