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People do not care  how much you know  until they know how  much you care.”  John C. Maxwell
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The Greatest… Joy Giving Loss Self-respect Natural Resources Youth “Shot in the arm” Encouragement Problem to overcome Fear
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The People Factor: The Process of  Communication
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Ponder These… What are the steps in the communication process? What are the common forms of communication in organizations? What are the different patterns of communication? What are the directions of communication? What roles can people play in an organization’s communication  network? What are the barriers of communication? What can be done to improve an organization’s communication?  
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Communication Cycle
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Types of  Communication Nonverbal Communication Oral Communication Written Communication
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Communication  Networks
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The Most… Destructive Habit Worry Satisfying work Helping others Endangered species Dedicated leaders Crippling disease Excuses Powerful Force  Love Dangerous to society Gossiper
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Directions of  Communication
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Communication Roles Cosmopolites Gatekeepers Liaisons Isolates
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Individual Barriers to  Communication Differences in Status Credibility of the Source Perceptual Biases
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Organizational  Barriers  to Communication Technology Information Overload Time Pressures Organizational Climate
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The World’s Most… Incredible Computer… Human Brain
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The Worst Thing… To be without HOPE
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The Deadliest Weapon… The tongue!
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Informal  Communication Grapevine Systems
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