Communication is very essential specifically for an organizational management. This is attested by the fact 81% of a manger’s time is typically spent on communication. Mangers need information for making decisions and also needs to pass the same information to the supervisors for planning. This is only possible through communication. The purpose of this paper is to examine the interpersonal and organizational communication, to highlight the most striking thing learned from course and how it will be effectively applied in career.
Communiaction is identified as a process of transmitting information from sender to receiver with a use of a well defined medium. For effective communication, the sender and the reiver must have area of communicative commonality. Typically, it is the transfer of understanding and information. The parties must convey and assign meaning in a manner that creates shared understanding.
However, sender barrier, encoding barrier, medium barrier, decoding barrier, receiver barrier and feedback barrier are some hinderances that lead to the failuer to create a shared understanding. For effective non-verbial communication, parties must maintain eye contact, smile, speak in a quiet reasuuring tone occassionaly node the head while supporting an idea.Speaking should be moderate and not at an alarming speed. being an effective listener is essential. The paties must thus judge the content, ask questions, listen for ideas, give fair hearing and give a hearing.
Managers can as well informally communicate to their employees using the grapevine and managememnt by wandering around. However, in the curent information age, managers can multicommunicate by using technology to participate at the same time in several interrcations. While communicating on the internet, security must be upheld. To remain secure, comuniators must apply latest security updates, avoid any sharing of file that allow pirate files, never reveal any sensitive information and must secure the account with a stronger password.
The most striking thing learned from course is the communication differences betwen women and men and the ingredients of effective listening skills. Categorically, being an effective listener is essential. This will be applied in my career by always judging the content, asking questions, listen for ideas, give fair hearing and give a hearing. Conveserly, it is noted that there are linguistic differences.