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    Difference

    Difference between- Effective Communication & Communication

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    Exclamation Re: Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by nupur View Post
    Difference between- Effective Communication & Communication
    Communication Is a Two-Way Process but is just a complex process if you think it to be merely enough to deliver a massage. That you can call simple communication.
    As speakers, we sometimes focus exclusively on the information that we want to relay. But your listener or reader may understand your message, only a portion of it, or miss your point entirely—even though you transmitted the information accurately by your standard It is very important that the message must be received well for communication to be successful. When your listener/reader(target audience) is a group of people covering the young, the elderly, the low-income, various ethnic groups, communication becomes not only challenging but also extremely difficult.

    An effective communication is one that sends the message efficiently and elicits the desired response accurately.
    Last edited by sarat_106; 09-Oct-2009 at 13:05.

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    Re: Difference

    Communication:

    Sender------Filter/Barriers-------Reciever

    In Effective Communication

    Intent (Sender) = Response (Reciever)

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    Re: Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by nupur View Post
    Difference between- Effective Communication & Communication
    There wouldn't be a context to go with that? Perhaps the name of the person whose model you're using? Generally we'd need at least the subject matter you're referring to.

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    Re: Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    There wouldn't be a context to go with that? Perhaps the name of the person whose model you're using? Generally we'd need at least the subject matter you're referring to.
    It looks like something from a sales/marketing training course.

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    Re: Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    It looks like something from a sales/marketing training course.
    It looks to me like something from linguistics theory.
    But I don't think the OP's post is an example of either of his two concepts.

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