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Lesson 1: Communication Basics

Communication is an important form of getting information across to the other party. However good, quick and effective deliverance is just as important as the attention span of most people today is very short, and this is especially so if the material being communicated is rather boring. Get all the info you need here.

Since our minds are crammed with so much of information, there is very little time or space to indulge in frivolous and irrelevant information thus the need to be precise and quick when communicating. With hectic schedules and distractions to contend with, it is often quite hard to take the time to stop and pay attention to what is being communicated.

The following are some recommendations on how to ensure the information being communicated is done so in the shortest possible time frame, and yet fully understood by the receiving party:

• Perhaps the most effective way of communicating information and having it understood is to ensure there is constant eye contact with the recipient, throughout the length of the communication session. This should also be done in a precise and quick time frame where the information is presented as concisely as possible.

• Getting the recipient to summarize and repeat, what has been communicated is also another method of ensuring the information is both heard and understood. This is also another way to ensure the content of the information stays the same as it was presented and there are no additions or distortions to the content.

• The language design and phrasing should also be in line with the recipient’s capability and understating levels. Talking to someone who is not savvy in the technical jargon used will not only be a waste of time and effort, but it would also seem pretentious to those around. This type of communication would not effective at all.

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