o Roshani Ashok
o Sawant Pramesh
o Tupe Nikunj Pradeep
o Patil Saurabh Sameer (
o Rathod Lokesh Suresh (
o Shaikh Jishan Akram
About communication skills
What is Communication?
What is Communication
Which are the different types
Which are the different
elements of Communication?
What is the importance of
communication in our life?
5. About COMMUNICATION
Communication skills are the
abilities you use when giving and
receiving different kinds of
information. Some examples
include communicating new ideas,
feelings or even an update on
your project. Communication skills
involve listening, speaking,
observing and empathizing. It is
also helpful to understand the -
6. Communication skills
Communication skills are needed
to speak appropriately with a
wide variety of people whilst
maintaining good eye contact,
demonstrate a varied
vocabulary and tailor your
language to your audience,
listen effectively, present your
ideas appropriately, write
clearly and concisely, and work
well in a group.
9. About communication
Communication is simply the act of
transferring information from one place,
person or group to another.
Every communication involves (at least) one
sender, a message and a recipient. ... The
transmission of the message from sender to
recipient can be affected by a huge range of
10. What is communication
Communication is a
process of sending and
among people. Humans
communicate with others
not only by face-to-face
communication, but also
by giving information via
the Internet and printed
products such as books
13. About COMMUNICATION PROCESS
Communication process refers
to a series of actions or steps
taken in order to successfully
It involves several components
such as the sender to the
communication, the actual
message being sent , the
encoding of the message , the
receiver and the decoding of
14. communication process
Communications is a continuous process which mainly
involves three elements viz. sender, message, and
receiver. The elements involved in the communication
process are explained below in detail:
The sender or the communicator generates the
message and conveys it to the receiver. He is the
source and the one who starts the communication
It is the idea, information, view, fact, feeling, etc. that
is generated by the sender and is then intended to be
Conclusion: In order to conclude on my
topic process of communication, it includes
certain steps to convey the message from
sender to receiver. The message should
convey to the receiver to complete
the communication process and it should be
understand by the receiver.
communication is the
use of words to share
information with other
people. It can
therefore include both
and written communic
ation. However, many
people use the term to
20. Non-Verbal Communication
Nonverbal communication (NVC) is the
transmission of messages or
signals through a nonverbal platform
Today, scholars argue
that nonverbal communication can
convey more meaning than verbal co
21. Written Communication.
A 'Written Communication' means the
sending of messages, orders or
instructions in writing through letters,
circulars, manuals, reports, telegrams,
office memos, bulletins, etc
22. Visual Communication.
visual communication is the
practice of graphically
to efficiently, effectively
create meaning. visual commu
nication can be used include
conferences and trade shows.
Communication may break down as a
result of many communication barriers
that may be attributed to the sender
or receiver. Therefore,
effective communication requires
familiarity with the barriers. Choosing
the right channel for communication is
also important, because choosing the
wrong medium undermines the
26. ELEMENTS OF
The communication pr
and meaning, and it
consists of eight
27. TYPES OF ELEMENTS
28. MORE ABOUT TYPES OF
Source The source is the person who is conveying the message.
Message The message is the subject of the communication.
Encoding Encoding is the is the act of assembling the message.
Channel The encoder chooses the channel that will be used for
communicating the message.
Receiver The receiver is who the message is intended for.
Decoding Decoding is the process of the receiver interpreting
Communication may break
down as a result of many
communication barriers that
may be attributed to the
sender or receiver. Therefore
requires familiarity with the
barriers. Choosing the right
channel for communication
is also very important.
32. importances of
The communication brings people together,
closer to each other. The communication is
an important management function closely
associated with all other managerial
functions. It bridges the gap between
individuals and groups through flow of
information and understanding between
33. Importances of good
Developing your communication skills can help all
aspects of your life, from your professional life to
social gatherings and everything in between.
The ability to communicate information accurately,
clearly and as intended, is a vital life skill and
something that should not be overlooked. It’s never
too late to work on your communication skills and by
doing so, you may well find that you improve your
quality of life.
Communication skills are needed in almost all aspects
to communicate effectively is
most important of all life
skills. It is what enables us to
pass information to other
people, and to understand
what is said to us.
... Communication, at its
simplest, is the act of
transferring information from
one place to another.
Good communication skills can improve the way that you operate through life,
smoothing your way in your relationships with others.
Poor communication skills, on the other hand, can sour relationships from
business to personal, and make your life significantly harder.
This may seem effortless, but the chances are that they have spent plenty of
honing their skills.
36. Features of communication
(1) Two or More
(2) Exchange of Ideas: (3) Mutual
(4) Direct and
(6) Use of Words as
well as Symbols:
37. Advantages of communication
Effective communication fosters trust with
Preventing or resolving problems. ...
Providing clarity and direction. ...
Creates better relationships. ...
Increases engagement. ...
Improves productivity. ...
Promotes team building.
Conclusion 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 there
is large production and various departments,
communication is of very much help in getting
As we have shown, communication skills are
important if we are to build meaningful
relationships with services users, carers and
others. It is especially important that we are
able to build these relationships as social
practice moves towards more market-based
and managerialist policies and practices.