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Oral Communication

Business executives, social activists, political and religion leaders deliver speeches on a regular basic on their respective areas of works. Though speech, they try to communicate information, ideas, wishes and opinions to their colleagues and peers. Hence, delivering effective...
Improving listening is largely a matter of mental willful act. Listening is the act of receiving, decoding and attaching the meaning of the spoken words of others. Since listening is a mental willful act its improvement depends on mental...
The channels or methods or oral communication may be classified broadly in two categories non-mechanical channels and mechanical channels which are described below: Non-mechanical channels Conversation: conversation means informal discussion among the people. When one person discusses his views, opinions...
Advantages of oral communication Oral communication involves many advantages. In a recent survey about communication it is clear that more than 55% of the executives choose this communication. The advantages of oral communication are as follows: Time-saving: When action is...
Written communication is the process of communication in which messages or information is exchanged or communicated within sender and receiver through written form. On the other hand, oral communication is the process of communication in which messages or information is...