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  1. 1. ECS PRESENTATION Barriers To Communication And Ways To Overcome Them
  2. 2. Barriers To Communication:- Communication received is not always the same as communication sent. At times we discover that we could not communicate successfully. The steps to be followed when such communication problem’s are faced:-  Identify the problem .  Find out its cause.  Select and apply the best alternative solution.
  3. 3. Identifying the problems Identifying a problem is not as easy as it appears. The only possible way to identify a communication-related problem is to observe the feedback.  Find out its cause: If we find out that the feedback is negative or indifferent, then we have to look for the cause of the problem.  Apply the best alternative solutions: Once we become aware of the cause, we can overcome it by selecting better alternative.
  4. 4. >TypesOfBarriers:-  Verbal barriers  Non verbal barriers  Listening barriers  Miscellaneous barriers
  5. 5. Verbal Barriers:- Verbal barriers such as verbal attack, speaking loudly unnecessarily and using complex words and phrases. Speaking fluently is an important aspect of communicating, yet it not the only requirement. One should also be able to listen effectively, speak fluently and clearly, write well and read in the language others are familiar with. Whenever one interrogates, criticizes or blames the other, verbal barriers are created. Similarly, the following reasons may create verbal hindrances in the communication environment:
  6. 6. Reasons Creating Verbal Hindrances:-  Lack of proper planning  Selection of a wrong variety of language  Badly encoded and wrongly decoded messages  Semantic gap  Differences in perception of message  Variation in language
  7. 7. Non-Verbal Barriers:- When verbal and non-verbal messages clash, receivers tend to trust the non-verbal messages. Sometimes even flashing eyes, rolling eyes, quick movements or very slow movements, or avoiding eye contact may also cause non-verbal barriers to effective communication. Similarly, if some awkward gestures are constantly used by the speaker, this will create blocks in the smooth flow of communication.
  8. 8. ExamplesofAwkwardGestures:- Raising eyebrows constantly suggests that the speaker is not convinced about the information that he/she has shared. Bulging eyes leave the audience alienated as the speaker unnecessarily sound arrogant. Even when a presenter keeps his/her hands or thumbs constantly in the pockets of his/her trousers, he/she will certainly appear snobbish, scared or deceptive. Breaking eye contact indicates that you are not confident and feels that you are distracted, uncomfortable and trying to conceal your real feelings.
  9. 9. Listening Barriers:- Experience suggests that those who listen to others with dwindling attention, fail to speak properly as well. It is so because listening is the mother of all speaking. Listening requires concentration, patience and focus. We usually are occupied with the idea of speaking as speaking is a human urge while listening is a compulsion. We all aspire to be speakers but not necessarily all of us crave to be a listener.
  10. 10. ReasonsCausing Listening Barriers:-  Making the speaker feel as though he/she is wasting the listener’s time.  Being distracted by something that is not part of the ongoing communication.  Getting ahead of the speaker and completing his/her thoughts.  Topping the speaker’s story with one’s own set of examples.  Forgetting what is being discussed.  Asking too many questions for the sake of probing.
  11. 11. Miscellaneous Barriers:- Besides the barriers discussed so far, there are other barriers too. For instance, an individual subjective view-point towards issues or people may lead to a breakdown of the communication process. Similarly, an emotional block or bias that is based on a third party’s view-point or on what on has read or heard may also lead to a big hindrance in communication.
  12. 12. Few complex barriers Information overload. Distrust,threat and fear. Less time for orientation and for adjustment to change. Emotional reaction. Rigid attitude.
  13. 13.  Sending the data only to the people who required that.  Emphasizing the major ideas .  Maintaining transparency in policy matters.  Ensuring clarity in message .  Understanding others’ emotion. REMEDIES:-
  14. 14.  Avoiding information overload.  Maintaining a open door policy.  Keeping up high morale, by motivation.  Listening other’s attentively.  Speaking with clarity and conviction.
  15. 15. conclusion  To sum up, the barriers which are caused due fear ecstacsy , joy, threat etc. can easily be overcome by increasing self awareness , careful listening , and a desire to share and built empathy towards others . moreover, by knowing more about the receivers’ background and the level for language proficiency, we can achieve the desired result in communication.
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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