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Point of Feedback

The following observations are useful pointers

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To be sure that the message has reached has intended receiver,the communicator has to get some acknowledgment form him. Feedback ensures that the process of communication has in fact taken place.

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Values and attitudes of Communication Filters

Values and attitudes are tendencies of an individual to evaluate an object, a communication or an event in a certain way.

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Predispositions of Communication Filters

Most individuals have their own unique ways of perceiving, relating and communicating with others.

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Stereotypes of Communication Filters

This refers to a tendency to perceive most people and a certain class of events in a certain way.

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Tendency to evaluate of Communication Filters

One of the major causes of communication breakdown is the human tendency to evaluate, judge, and approve.

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Factors of Communication Filters

We will look at some of the human factors in a little more detail.

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Communication Filters

Despite its significance, communication among human beings have always been a problem. It suffers form distortion-sometimes unconscious-and it seldom reached the intended receiver in the form it originated.

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The Networks' Influences on Organizational Activities

In all organizations, communication is not diffused and random but is transmitted between positions in a purposive manner designed to increase productivity and satisfaction.

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Three kinds of network

The following three kinds of network have been found to be very common in all organizations.

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Communication Networks

If we observe the patterns of communication in a number of organizations, or in the same organization at different times, we find that they are structured around the work relationship. These patterns are called networks.

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Communication of Upward channels

The following upward channels of communication are available.

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Upward Channels

Upward channels of communication provide an opportunity for the employee to convey his suggestions an feelings to the management.

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Available for downward communication of Downward Channels

The most common channels available for downward communication is an organization are briefly outlined.

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Downward Channels

Downward channels are important for control. They are used to transmit organizational goals to employees as well as the ways and means to achieve these goals. They help to direct the behavior of the employees.

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Channels of Communication

How do various organizations transmit communication to intended users? What are the different ways and means to relay a message ? Several channels are available to organizations and their employees.

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Formal and Informal Organizational Communication

Formal organizational communication is determined by a formal organizational chart which describes the officials lines of authority and accountability. Thus, formal communication has to go through a formal line of authority.

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One-way versus Two-way Communication

All communication can be classified into two broad categorized-one-way and two-way. As the names suggest, they refer to the absence or presence of the facility t seek reactions, information, clarification, etc.

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