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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WITH HONOURS (BBA) SEMESTER MAY 2019 ABCC1103 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION NO. MATRIKULASI : 900530016290001 NO. KAD PENGNEALAN : 900530-01-6290 NO. TELEFON : 017-6039425 E-MEL : [email protected] PUSAT PEMBELAJARAN : P.P. MELAKA Open
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Introduction to communication Communication has been defined as the act of giving, receiving or exchanging information, ideas and opinions so that "Message" really understood by both parties. The sender sends a message with a specific intention in mind. The recipient of the message you are trying to understand and interpret messages sent. He then gives feedback to the original sender, who then interprets feedback. This process, repeated continuously, is communication. Obviously, there are some key elements in the communication process that represents the sender, message, channel, receiver, feedback, and context. There is both a speaker intention to convey a message and the audience's perception of what has been said. Therefore, listening is as important as language skills to communicate effectively. This means that if you want to get your message across to the right, you need to consider three things, which is the message, the audience or recipient and how the message might be received. Message delivered only considered successful when both the sender and recipient to see and understand it in the same way. If this does not happen, then there may be communication problems, which eventually can stand in the way of you realizing your goals, whether personal or professional Importance of communication in a personal relationship. Communication is so very important in relationships, all types of relationships, not just romantic relationships. And the communication includes both the verbal and nonverbal varieties. A relationship is a connection and exchange between people. Communication plays a large role in the exchange between people. It exchanges information in the form of ideas, wants, desires, feelings, and much more. Incomplete or stopped communication can create a block in the relationship. The degree of the block can vary with the severity or repeating of the communication stop. A block in the relationship exists or will grow when communication is just flat out avoided. A childhood covenant that I made was to avoid upsetting other people. Now this did not always give me good behavior. Instead, it got me to avoid communicating any topics that I perceived would upset someone else. However, in adult relationships, this behavior only avoided the hard issues that people have to work through for the relationship to be healthy and to grow. A communication avoidance or stop will prevent that topic from being shared and gone through. When enough of these areas build up or a couple important ones develop, it behaves as if there were clamps on the lungs of the relationship. The relationship has trouble breathing. Without this exchange of life energy, the relationship cannot grow, it may struggle, and if it is severe enough, then the relationship suffers and dies. The Open
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relationship can be considered to be a living entity just as each one of us are living.
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