2. What is Communication?
Communication is the effective sharing or
transmission of facts opinions or emotions by 2 or
more people. The 3 basic elements of
communication are :-
4. Functions or Role of Communication
Sharing of information
Leading the Organization
5. Barriers to Communication.
Lack of planning.
Wrong or unclarified assumptions.
Socio psychological barriers.
Loss by transmission ( Noise)
Poor listening & retention.
Time & distance.
• Planning ideas
a. Different perceptions
b. Language difference
c. Inconsistent verbal &
non verbal comm.
judgment & emotional
Choosing right media
Overcoming noise barrier
Simplify org. structure
7. Methods of Communication.
Non Verbal Communications :-
8. Methods of Communication.
Smell & Touch
The implementation of policies and programmers of management
is possible only through effective communication. We can
understand the importance of communication from the
Smoothing running of the enterprise
Assist other function
Basis of leadership
Establishment of Human Relations
Communication is very important in every place of
business. Communication is exchanging information
among individuals working in any organization.
Communication is the process of passing information
and understanding from one person to another.
At every place of business and firm where is large
production and various departments, communication is
of very much help in getting maximum production,
increasing business and building good relationship
between all in the company.
Thus, communication plays vital role in all areas of
management and business.