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Explain the principles of effective communication in the workplace.

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Transfer-Encoding: chunked ´╗┐Unit 1 ICT - P2 I am working in careers advice for IT personnel. I have been asked to produce a small booklet on valued employee attributes and communication barriers. I will write a report explaining the principles of effective communication. Skills for General Communication Question and answer People at the workplace will always want to ask questions about what you have said. To avoid awkward questions do not talk about something which you do not know how to explain, and if you are going to include something in your presentation make sure you know exactly what it is and know how to explain it. ...read more.

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This is because if you do not then the audience will lose track of what you are talking about. Therefore they won?t understand what you are talking about and will become confused; especially if you are rambling and not making a clear conclusion. They may not understand the point you were originally trying to make and then the presentation will not be useful. Skills for Written Communication Grammar and Spelling When writing things such as an email or presentation it is extremely important that all of your grammar and spelling is correct, because if it is not than the employer will immediately look down upon you. ...read more.

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Language When speaking to somebody its important to stand straight with your hands either side of you, this is because firstly standing with a straight back will allow you to speak loudly and clearly and will make you look confident which shows you know what you are talking about. Secondly if you keep your hands either side of you it is more professional than keeping them in your pocket and fidgeting. Active engagement It?s important to be actively engage in the conversation by showing eye contact and nodding. This will show that you are interested as if you show you are bored it will impact the other person?s communication and they may not want to interact with you again. Assignment 1 P2 ...read more.

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