Self Motivation and Intrapersonal Communication

Communication is both Intrapersonal and Extra personal. Intrapersonal communication is an act of communicating with oneself. It is like connecting to one's mind and connecting to one's soul. We are surrounded by multiple external voices. We talk, we discuss, we argue, we listen, we respond to all sources of external communication. What remains neglected is … Continue reading Self Motivation and Intrapersonal Communication

मछली का झोल और प्रशंसा के दो बोल

किसी इन्सान की बुराईयों या कमियों में अच्छाई या गुण देखना भी अपने आप में एक अनूठा गुण है। मैंने पापा को देखा छोटी-छोटी बातों में प्रोत्साहन देते हुए, बड़ी _बड़ी गल्तियों को क्षमा करते हुए; साधारण सी कविता का गुणगान करते हुए, मामूली से चित्र की आड़ी तिरछी लकीरों की बेवजह ही सराहना करते हुए। अच्छा लगता है, कुछ करने का, कर दिखाने का ख्वाब सच्चा लगता है।

How Communication Networks Determine the Work Environment?

Communication Networks in offices or organisations govern and define the Work environment. The work culture stems out of the manner in which the information is shared and exchanged. What purpose does communication serve in an organisation? We frequently observe the following functions of communication: 1. Efficient planning 2. Sharing information 3. Training and development 4. … Continue reading How Communication Networks Determine the Work Environment?

How Language Affects Organisational Behaviour

Language is a cultural construct. It stems out of the necessity to express oneself and share thoughts among people. Language is an abstract and creative representation of human ideas. It is the means to connect to people around you and to your surroundings. Language when used positively leaves a positive impression on the listener. Language … Continue reading How Language Affects Organisational Behaviour

Non-Verbal Communication 

If words are the basic unit of a dialogue, the aspects of non -verbal communication are the supporting pillars that impart value to the process of communication. 

There are twofold benefits of Non-verbal communication.First, it helps the sender to communicate effectively,second it offers significant information to the observant receiver about the sender's intent and potential. Non-verbal communication performs five important functions in the process of communication:
1. Helps to reinforce the spoken or written words
2. Helps to regulate the flow of communication
3. Helps the receiver to retain information

Are You Shy of Public Speaking?

There is no magic potion that you could drink and watch the magical words spill out of your mouth even as you could hypnotize the listener with your oratorical charm. However there are tested and proven practices that can nurture your skills and help you overcome your qualms. So while there is no secret formula, there are simple things that you could follow to overcome your fears.  I call it ' My Rule of 9'.

Is there a Problem?

Most often we miss the problem while looking for a solution. Problem solving is the ability to identify and recognize the elements of disharmony at the initial stages. Most people tend to ignore the primitive signals.More importantly we fail to acknowledge the fact that we could have problems in our lives because we are either fearful or too obsessed with the lives of other people. I believe it is the fear of knowing the unknown that prevents us from encountering our fears.