Why do frequent communication often occur? Here are the four main reasons for the failure of communication:
1. Poor student skills. Poor listening skills at the top of the list when it comes to communication barriers. Poor listening skills can result from the following:
* Lack of other person or lack of co-operation: you simply do not care about listening so much.
* Ambient disturbances such as excessive noise or activity  * Disagreement with the loudspeaker, which mentally disconnected the other person
* Passive listening rather than active participation with the loudspeaker
2. Assumptions. We make many assumptions about communicating with others. For example, you might think that you know what the other person will say, so simply "leave" the conversation.
3rd No verbal signs. A recent study has shown that only 7% of our communication is tied to what we really are saying. All 55% of the communication is done with non-verbal signals, and another 38% is based on tonality. So if your verbal signs do not contradict your mouth, then people will remember what you did not say . Misuse of Questions Many people think that if they ask a lot of questions, they communicate well and associate with the other person. This may or may not be the case! We need to ask the correct questions of at to get the information you need to communicate effectively. This means open-ended questions – issues that begin when, when, why, where and how. Open questions help to get real discussions and understanding.
© 2008 Timothy I. Thomas
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