UA KIN 464 - Interpersonal communication (4 pages)

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Lecture number:
13
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Kin 464 - Admin Phys Educ & Sport
Edition:
1

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KIN 464 Communication Outline of Current Lecture I Interpersonal communication II Importance of Communication III Effective Communication is vital in all management functions IV The communication process V 6 barriers to effective communication VI Communication and the Formal Organization Current Lecture I Interpersonal communication a The act or action of imparting or transmitting ideas information facts or feeling to a secondary party b Communication involves the sending receiving and interpretation of messages c Effective Communication occurs when the receiver understands the message as in tended by the sender i Communication is ALWAYS a two way sender to receiver and back ii The three points of the one minute manager is all about communication II Importance of Communication a Integral part of managing b central to human activity c Directly relates to every function of management III Effective Communication is vital in all management functions a Planning b Decision making i authoritarian tell someone what to do and sell them on the benefits ii participative consult and join c Coordinating d Leading e Delegating f Controlling g Organizing IV The communication process 8 step a Idea origination b Idea Generation i The source of planned communication These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute c d e f g h i ii Here it is important that the sender carefully considers ideas before developing a message The Message i Formalization of the ideas which the sender wishes to convey verbal and non verbal ii Here it is important that the sender carefully frames the message to minimize misunderstanding iii Communication is a joint process 1 Sender writes talks and acts 2 Receiver reads and responds listens and responds watches and responds Channel selection i the KEY to effective communication ii Common channels writing speaking electronic media and nonverbal physical



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