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from being effective
Barriers prevent the communication
Types Of Communication Barriers
Semantic
Emotional or Psychological
Physical
Organizational
Cross Cultural
Personal
Semantic
• Unclear message
• Faulty translation
• Specialists language
• Unclassified assumptions
• Symbols with different...
Solution
Use words which have clear meaning, by using short and simple
sentence, and also by using visual aid whenever pos...
Emotional or Psychological Barrier
• Self-centered attitude
• Self image
• Selective perception
• Filtering
• Resistance t...
Solution
• Start by Listening to Others
• Clarify if there is confusion
• Stay calm and be positive
• Beware of the feelin...
Physical Barrier
• Noise
• Improper time
• Distance
• Noise in Factory
Environment disrupts oral
communication
• Informati...
Solution
• Reduce the source of
noise
• Increase strength of
transmission or move
to more conducive
environment
• Prepare ...
Organizational Barrier
• Organizational policy
• Organizational rules and regulations
• Status relationship in organizatio...
Solution
• Feedback and upward communication
• Improve listening and writing skills
• Write concisely and be specific
• In...
Cross Cultural barrier
• Different cultures (and sub cultures)may have different rules and
norms.
• Different languages an...
Solution
• Help may be needed through a cross cultural consultant
who will show teams and individuals how to manage
commun...
Personal Barriers
Personal Barriers
Barriers in Superiors
Barriers in
Subordinates
Barriers in Superiors
• Attitude of superiors
• Lack of confidence in subordinates
• Insistence of proper channel
• Ignori...
Barriers to Subordinates
Unwilling to communicate
Lack of proper incentive
Solution
• Try to analyze the meaning of the information before passing it
on and set priorities for dealing with the info...
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  1. 1. from being effective Barriers prevent the communication
  2. 2. Types Of Communication Barriers Semantic Emotional or Psychological Physical Organizational Cross Cultural Personal
  3. 3. Semantic • Unclear message • Faulty translation • Specialists language • Unclassified assumptions • Symbols with different meaning
  4. 4. Solution Use words which have clear meaning, by using short and simple sentence, and also by using visual aid whenever possible
  5. 5. Emotional or Psychological Barrier • Self-centered attitude • Self image • Selective perception • Filtering • Resistance to change • Closed mind • Poor communication skills • State of health • Lack of concentration • Low emotional state
  6. 6. Solution • Start by Listening to Others • Clarify if there is confusion • Stay calm and be positive • Beware of the feelings that arise in yourself and in others as you communicate, and attempt to control them
  7. 7. Physical Barrier • Noise • Improper time • Distance • Noise in Factory Environment disrupts oral communication • Information Overload
  8. 8. Solution • Reduce the source of noise • Increase strength of transmission or move to more conducive environment • Prepare well written documents
  9. 9. Organizational Barrier • Organizational policy • Organizational rules and regulations • Status relationship in organization • Structure of the organization • Lack of organizational facilities • Wrong choice of channel • Fear of challenge to authority • Underestimation of their subordinates • Ignoring the junior
  10. 10. Solution • Feedback and upward communication • Improve listening and writing skills • Write concisely and be specific • Increase coordination between departments • Encourage two-way communication
  11. 11. Cross Cultural barrier • Different cultures (and sub cultures)may have different rules and norms. • Different languages and cultures represent national barrier which is particularly important for organizations involved in overseas
  12. 12. Solution • Help may be needed through a cross cultural consultant who will show teams and individuals how to manage communication and work together more cohesively and productively • Carry a translating dictionary • Instead of trying to communicate with hand signs and offend them, research some different signs that mean something polite and respectful
  13. 13. Personal Barriers Personal Barriers Barriers in Superiors Barriers in Subordinates
  14. 14. Barriers in Superiors • Attitude of superiors • Lack of confidence in subordinates • Insistence of proper channel • Ignoring communication • Filtering of information • Message overload • Lack of time and awareness
  15. 15. Barriers to Subordinates Unwilling to communicate Lack of proper incentive
  16. 16. Solution • Try to analyze the meaning of the information before passing it on and set priorities for dealing with the information flow • Keep managers and colleagues well informed • Encourage lower-status employees to keep you informed by being fair-minded and respectful of their opinions • Status barriers can be overcome by a willingness to give and receive bad news • Send information such as statistics, facts, figures and conclusions through a note, memo or a written report

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