Communication - II

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  • Q1

    The way used to encourage employees to communicate and minimise organisational barrier is

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    open door policy.

    Explanation:

    In an organisation, managers should keep their doors open to encourage employees to communicate. This is also known as open door policy.

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  • Q2

    Distance between the sender and receiver creates

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    physical barrier.

    Explanation:

    Communication is two way process. Distance between the sender and receiver creates physical barrier.

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  • Q3

    To overcome communication barrier in any organisation

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    authority and responsibility of every position should be clear.

    Explanation:

    To overcome communication barrier in any organisation there should be sound organisation structure. Flow of communication should be regulated and authority and responsibility of every position should be clear.

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  • Q4

    Empathetic listening is

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    a type of status barrier.

    Explanation:

    For effective communication one should be a good listener. This encourages free flow of information from subordinates.

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  • Q5

    Consistency, motivation and open door policy are

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    types of organisational barriers.

    Explanation:

    Effective communication is essential for success of every organisation. Well drafted message, proper language, consistency, motivation, open door policy, etc are ways to overcome communication barrier.

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