5. There are certain Myths about
Which makes its quality weaker.
We should avoid these myths.
6. Our communication should be concise,
precise and clear.
We should observe silence as well. Let the
other person speak while you listen.
Listen more and talk less. You should be a
good listener as well.
Analyse the situation whether it requires
more verbal clarification or not.
7. One word alone does not have a meaning
unless associated with other words or
utterances. Ah! What a bad/good morning.
Speaker meaning can be different from
1. The poor man ‘kicked the bucket’ (died)
2. A: There is someone at the door.
B: I am busy
8. Mere information is not communication.
If you say something and no one has heard it,
it has not been communicated.
Example: Placing a notice on the notice board
is information placement. Unless someone
reads it, it will not be communicated.
9. There can be misunderstandings when
communication problems arise.
There can be other issues that lead to
Interpersonal communication gaps.
There can be disagreements between two
There can be differences in viewpoints.