Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of Oral Communication

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Contents
1. Communication Process
• Definition
• Diagram

2. Memorandum
• Format
• Appropriates of written communication in the memo

3. Curriculum Vitae
• Format
• Chronological order
• Inclusion on important details

4. Oral Communication
• Definition
• Advantages and Disadvantages of Oral Communication
• How to improve Oral Communication
• Barriers to Oral Communication

5. Grapevine Communication
• Definition of Grapevine
• Effects of grapevine of productivity
• Solution to the problem EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATION SECTION A
1. Draw and explain the communication process in detail.
It is nearly impossible to go through a day without the use of communication. Communication is sending and receiving information between two or more people. Or it is the act or
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• It cannot always be retained in the listener’s memory: It is because the speaker himself may always not recall what he verbally said to meant.

• Create misunderstanding: Usually when two individuals, are having deep conversations, they can have some misunderstandings during the time. Therefore if the speaker has not carefully organized his thought oral messages may lead to misunderstanding.

• No record: It does not any legal validity. As oral messages are not kept in record, so it can be denied easily by the speaker if situation goes against him.

• More importance gives on presenting the speech.
A speaker will always try to be a good speaker’s. Naturally communicator gives more importance on presenting the message with style. As a result important messages can be ignored.

BARRIERS TO ORAL COMMUNICATION There are many barriers to communication and these may occur at any stage in the communication process. Four different types of barriers to Effective Communication includes:
• Psychological
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