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  1. 1. 1www.exploreHR.org Developing Effective Communication Skills
  2. 2. 2www.exploreHR.org You can download this brilliant presentation at: www.exploreHR.org You can download these excellent slides at : www.HR-Management-Slides.com
  3. 3. 3www.exploreHR.org Contents 1. Basic Communication Principles 2. Communication Trilogy : Giving Good Information, Gathering Good Information, and Building Mutual Trust 3. Developing Assertive Communication Skills 4. Seven Positive Principles for Cooperative Communication 5. Developing Active Listening Skills
  4. 4. 4www.exploreHR.org Effective Communication Effective Communication Productive Relationship
  5. 5. 5www.exploreHR.org Our values The Success Sequence Our Beliefs (self esteem and self image) Our thoughts Effective Communication
  6. 6. 6www.exploreHR.org Our values, beliefs, and thoughts The Success Sequence What we say and do Results Self- fulfilling prophecy
  7. 7. 7www.exploreHR.org We communicate to…… • Get information • Motivate • Cheat • Praise • Make arrangements • Give advice • Sell • Greet • Abuse • Etc
  8. 8. 8www.exploreHR.org Verbal, vocal and visual Verbal : The message that we deliver Vocal : The voice that we convey Visual : Our body language Communication
  9. 9. 9www.exploreHR.org Studies tell 70 % of mistakes in the workplace are a direct result of poor communication…..
  10. 10. 10www.exploreHR.org Causes of Communication Difficulties: • Lack of information and knowledge • Not explaining priorities or goals properly • Not listening • Not understanding fully and fail to ask questions • Mind made up, preconceived ideas
  11. 11. 11www.exploreHR.org Causes of Communication Difficulties: • Not understanding others’ needs • Not thinking clearly, jumping to conclusions • Bad mood • Failure to explore alternatives
  12. 12. 12www.exploreHR.org Communication failures can cause….. • Loss of business • Mistakes, inefficiencies • Lowered productivity • Poor coordination and cooperation • Damaged personal or company image • Frustration, hostility
  13. 13. 13www.exploreHR.org Communication failures can cause….. • Dissatisfaction with others • Lowered morale • Loss of team spirit • High employee turnover • Conflict and arguments • Drop in self esteem and confidence • Loss of friendship
  14. 14. 14www.exploreHR.org • Premature evaluation • Prejudice • Inattention • Stereotyping • Assumption • Generalizing • Poor listening skills • Fixed ideas • Preconceptions • Ignoring or distorting information contrary to our beliefs Some Common Communication Filters
  15. 15. 15www.exploreHR.org Everything we do is communication The way we begin our message often determines the outcome of the communication The way message is delivered always effects the way message is received Basic Communication Principles
  16. 16. 16www.exploreHR.org The real communication is the message received, not the message intended Communication is two way street – we have to give as well as gather Basic Communication Principles
  17. 17. 17www.exploreHR.org Give good information Gather good information Mutual respect Communication Trilogy
  18. 18. 18www.exploreHR.org Six C of giving good information Give Good Information Clear Concise CourteousComplete Correct Concrete
  19. 19. 19www.exploreHR.org Give Good Information • Use precise, memorable and powerful words • Support your words with visual aids • Give demonstration • Provide examples/metaphors/analogies • Use the other person “language” When giving information………
  20. 20. 20www.exploreHR.org 7 Positive Principles for Cooperative Communication 1. Soften the ‘you’s or change the into “I” to avoid sounding pushy • Instead of : ‘You’ll have to….’, say ‘Could you….’ Or ‘Would you be able to….’ 2. Focus on the solution, not the problem • Instead of ‘We’re out of mild….’, say ‘I will pop down the shop for some milk’.
  21. 21. 21www.exploreHR.org 7 Positive Principles for Cooperative Communication 3. Turn can’ts into cans • Instead of ‘We can’t do that until next week’, say ‘We’ll be able to do that next week’. 4. Take responsibility – don’t lay blame • Instead if ‘It’s not my fault’, say ‘Here’s what I can do to fox that’.
  22. 22. 22www.exploreHR.org 7 Positive Principles for Cooperative Communication 5. Say what do you want, not what you don’t want • Instead of ‘Don’t; drive too fast’, say ‘Drive carefully’ 6. Focus on the future, not the past • Instead of “I’ve told you before not to……, say ‘From now on…….” 7. Share information rather than argue or accuse • Instead of ‘No, you’re wrong’, say ‘I see it like this….’
  23. 23. 23www.exploreHR.org Assertive Communication • Make statements that are honest, clear, brief, and to the point • Use “I” statement : I’d like, I appreciate, I think • Distinguish between fact and opinion • Ask, don’t tell • Offer improvement suggestions, not advice and commands Verbally, assertive people :
  24. 24. 24www.exploreHR.org Assertive Communication Verbally, assertive people : • Offer constructive criticism, free of blame, assumptions, and ‘shoulds’ • Ask questions to find out the thoughts and feelings of others • Respect the rights of others as well as their own rights • Communicate mutual respect where the needs of two people conflict, and look for mutually acceptable solutions
  25. 25. 25www.exploreHR.org Assertive Communication Non Verbally, assertive people : • Make appropriate eye contact • Sit or stand firmly and comfortably erect • Gesture openly to support their comments • Speak in a clear, steady, firm tone of voice
  26. 26. 26www.exploreHR.org Assertive Communication Non Verbally, assertive people : • Maintain open, steady, relaxed facial expressions, smiling when pleased, frowning when angry • Speak a steady, even pace, emphasizing key words, with few awkward hesitations
  27. 27. 27www.exploreHR.org Manage your body language • Sit or stand at right angles and on the same level, and respect people’s personal space zones • Use open gestures and body language • Center your attention exclusively on the other person • Lean slightly forward to show interest; a bit further forward to apply pressure, slightly back to reduce pressure
  28. 28. 28www.exploreHR.org Manage your body language • Maintain appropriate eye contact while listening to encourage the speaker; increase eye contact to apply pressure; reduce it to lower pressure • Respond appropriately by basing your responses on what the other person has just said • Be relaxed and balanced to make relaxed and open communication easier
  29. 29. 29www.exploreHR.org Gather Good Information with your EARs E – explore by asking questions A – affirm to show you’re listening R – reflect your understanding S – silence, listen some more
  30. 30. 30www.exploreHR.org Exploring Questions Open Questions Open questions yield lots of information because they allow a person to explain what is most important or interesting and encourage elaboration. Probing Questions Probing questions are those that relate to the topic we want to explore further. They encourage the speaker to flesh out the details.
  31. 31. 31www.exploreHR.org Closed vs. Open Questions When did that happen? What led up to that? Was your trip successful? What did you manage to accomplish on your trip? Did you like the candidate? In what ways do you think that candidate meets our need? Did you have a good meeting? What happened at the meeting?
  32. 32. 32www.exploreHR.org Some Probing Questions • Can you be more specifics? • Can you give me an example of that? • What happened then? • For instance? • How does this affect you? • What might cause that, do you think? • Can you fill me in on the details?
  33. 33. 33www.exploreHR.org Active Listening Giving undivided attention to a speaker in a genuine effort to understand the speaker's point of view. This involves giving them your full attention and the use of verbal encouragers such as “Yes”, “Aha” and “Mmm”. It also includes non-verbal acknowledgements such as nodding, smiling and body language. Active Listening
  34. 34. 34www.exploreHR.org Benefits of Active Listening 1. It forces people to listen attentively to others 2. It avoids misunderstandings, as people have to confirm that they do really understand what another person has said 3. It tends to open people up, to get them to say more
  35. 35. 35www.exploreHR.org 5 Active Listening Skills • Paraphrasing meanings: Translate into your own words what the speaker has said • Reflecting feelings: when someone is expressing emotion or feelings or looks emotional (upset, angry, excited), convey your empathy and encourage the speaker to continue • Reflecting facts: briefly summarize the content, or factual aspects, of what the speaker has said.
  36. 36. 36www.exploreHR.org 5 Active Listening Skills • Synthesizing: blend several ideas of the speaker into one theme or idea. • Imagining out loud: imagine what it must be like to be in the speaker’s place
  37. 37. 37www.exploreHR.org To listen more effectively….. Attend physically – the right body language helps us to focus on the speaker and encourages the speaker to give us more information. Attend mentally – follow the speaker’s flow of thought, listen to understand, not evaluate; listen first, then assess Check it verbally – paraphrase, clarify, probe further, summarize your understanding
  38. 38. 38www.exploreHR.org Bad Habits of Poor Listeners • Interrupting • Jumping to conclusions • Finishing others’ sentences for them • Frequently (and often abruptly) changing the subject • Inattentive body language • Not responding to what others have said • Failing to ask questions and give feedback
  39. 39. 39www.exploreHR.org Good Habits of Effective Listeners • Looking at the speaker in order to observe body language and pick up subtle nuances of speech • Asking questions • Giving speakers time to articulate their thoughts • Letting people finish what they are saying before giving their opinion • Remaining poised, calm, and emotionally controlled • Looking alert and interested • Responding with nods and ‘uh-uhms’.
  40. 40. 40www.exploreHR.org When receiving/listening feedback • Listen, don’t resist • Keep calm and keep breathing • Let your body language show you are receptive • Ask questions to make sure you’ve understood • Don’t be overly sensitive, self protective or cavalier Receiving feedback
  41. 41. 41www.exploreHR.org When receiving/listening feedback Receiving feedback • Does the person offering feedback know what they’re talking about? • What other information do you have that supports the feedback? • If you’re tempted to ignore it, do you have evidence that contradicts the feedback?
  42. 42. 42www.exploreHR.org When receiving/listening criticism • Make sure your self image stays positive. • Mentally examine your critic’s intentions so you will know how best to deal with the information. • Filter the criticism. Strain out emotion and find the facts. Then you can respond to the useful information. • Ask questions until you understand what the speaker is trying to tell you. • Don’t make excuse. Listen to understand. • Focus on the future : what can you do to improve?
  43. 43. 43www.exploreHR.org References / Recommended Further Readings: 1. Kris Cole, Crystal Clear Communication : Skills for Understanding and Being Understood, Synergy Books International. You can obtain this excellent book at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Crystal-Clear-Communication-Kris- Cole/dp/0724805389/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1219800026&sr=1-3 2. David A. Whetten and Kim S. Cameron, Developing Management Skills, Harpers Collins Publisher. You can obtain this excellent book at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Developing-Management-Skills-David- Whetten/dp/0131747428/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1219800012&sr=1-1
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