Monthly Archive:: April 2010

The Role of Communication

Notice that these example systems have communication in common. The nervous system carries messages from the nerve endings in our extremities to our brains and back. · The legal system includes thousands of individuals talking to one another, laws being read and interpreted, forms being filled out, and so on. · The highway system

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DEFINITION OF COMMUNICATION

Communication is a two-way process in which there is an exchange and progression of ideas towards a mutually accepted direction or goal. For this process to materialize, it is essential that the basic elements of communication be identified. These elements are. 1. Sender / Encoder/ Speaker 2. Receiver/ Decoder/ Listener 3. Message 4. Medium

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Principles of Communication

Communication is derived from the Latin word communis, which means, “ to share” that is, sharing of ideas, concepts, feelings and emotions. The science of communication is almost as old as man himself. Form time immemorial; the need to share or to communicate had been felt. Different vehicles / channels were identified and subsequently

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Communication

Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can’t, and the other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it. –Robert Frost Introduction This unit identifies Public speaking as a type of communicative event. Uses and occasions of public speaking. Essentials of public speaking, attitudes required

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Methods of job analysis

Def: – A job is defined as a collection of duties and responsibilities which are given together to an individual employee. Job analysis is the process of studying and collecting information relating to operations and responsibilities of a specific job. There are different methods used by organization to collect information and conduct the job

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