Ways Of Communication Skills

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Ways of Communication
The ability to communicate 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 all require good communication skills.
Verbal: This communication needs speaking, hearing, and listening thereby involving direct interaction or through devices like telephone or mobile. Internet telephony coupled with video have bridged distances and for most practical purposes equated with direct face-to-face transaction. The traits of clarity of speech, calmness, focused attitude, and a friendly disposition make verbal communication pleasant and easily
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When we communicate we spend 45% of our time listening. Most people take listening for granted but it is not the same as hearing and should be thought of as a skill. Listening Skills acts as an introduction to the subject and lists the principles of listening.
Active Listening provides a lot more information about how to listen effectively and can help you to avoid misunderstandings.
Ineffective Listening is a bad habit people pick up while listening.
Reflection and clarification are both common techniques used to ensure that what you have heard and understood is what was intended.
Good interpersonal communication skills enable us to work more effectively in groups and teams, which may be either formal, like at work, or informally - in social situations. Groups and group roles are important in group interactions.
Building Rapport or a strong relationships with others, is possible with better communication and understanding. Proper and effective listening helps in developing good and everlasting interpersonal relationships.
Interpersonal communication skills are essential for solving problems that inevitably occur both in our private and professional
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