7. The Communication Process:
The Communication process is composed of several stages, each of which
offers potential barriers to successful communication.
The Source of the message is the sender. The sender must know why the
communication is necessary and what result is needed.
Sources are objects which encode message and transmit the information, via
a channel, to one or more receivers.
The message is simply the information that you want to communicate. Without a message
thereis no cause for communicating.
Encoding is the process of turning thoughts into communication. The encoder uses a
medium to send the message.
In this process od encoding the sender uses:
Verbal Communication (Words, signs, images, video)
Non-verbal Communicaton (hand gestures, face expressions)
Communicating data from one location to another requires some form of pathway
or medium. These pathways/medium called communication channel.
Receiver recive the message and respond to the sender's message. This response of a
receiver is called Feedback.
It enables you to evaluate the effectiveness of your message.
Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
The context is the situation in which you are communicating. It involves the environement
that you arein and that in which your audience is in and the culture fo your oraganization
and relationship with your audience.
19. Thank you for your Attention
Presentation By: Muhammad Talha (BSSE 2nd )
May Allah Bless You