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Mb0048 Assignment Abroad

 

English and Foreign Languages University School of Distance Education (EFLU SDE) ,

MBA Project Fakir Mohan University Directorate of Distance & Continuing Education (FMU-DDCE) ,

MBA Project GITAM Centre for Distance Learning, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,

MBA Project Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Directorate of Open and Distance Education (GGSIU DODE) ,

MBAProject Guru Ghasidas University Institute of Distance Education (GGU IDE) ,

MBA Project Guru Nanak Dev University Centre for Distance Education (GNDU CDE) ,

MBA Project Gandhigram Rural University Distance Education Centre,

MBA Project Himachal Pradesh University International Centre for Distance Education and Open Learning (ICDEOL) ,

MBAProject Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) ,

MBA Project Jamia Hamdard Open and Distance Learning (JH ODL) ,

MBA Project JNTU School of Continuing & Distance Education,

MBA Project Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Directorate of Distance Education, Jaipur, Rajasthan-,

MBA Project Jiwaji University Institute of Distance Education, Gwalior,

MBA Project Kakatiya University School of Distance Learning & Continuing Education,

MBA Project Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) ,

MBA Project Karnatak University Directorate of Distance Education,

MBA Project Kannada University Distance Education Centre,

MBA Project Kannur University School of Distance Education,

MBA Project Kurukshetra University Directorate of Correspondence Courses,

MBA Project Kuvempu University Directorate of Distance Education,

MBA Project Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University,

MBA Project Madurai Kamraj University Directorate of Distance Education (MKU-DDE) ,

MBA Project Mahatma Gandhi University School of Distance Education (MGU-SDE) ,

MBA Project Maharashi Dayanand University Directorate of Distance Education, Rohtak,

MBA Project Maharashtra Institute of Technology School of Distance Education (MITSDE), Pune,

MBA Project Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) ,

MBA Project Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Directorate of Distance and Continuing Education,

MBA Project NMIMS University School of Distance Learning,

MBA ProjectsNalanda Open University,

MBA Project National Law School of India University Distance Education Department,

MBA ProjectsNetaji Subhas Open University (NSOU) ,

MBA Project North Eastern Hill University Centre for Distance Education-,

MBA Project Osmania University PGRR Center for Distance Education,

MBA Project PRIST University Centre for Distance Education,

MBA Project Pandit Sundarlal Sharma (Open) University,

MBA Project Panjab University Department of Correspondence Studies (PUDCS) ,

MBA Project Patna University Directorate of Distance Education (PUDDE) ,

MBA Project Periyar Institute of Distance Education (PRIDE) ,

MBA Project Pondicherry University Directorate of Distance Education,

MBA Project Rabindra Bharati University Directorate of Distance Education,

MBA Project Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya Directorate of Distance Education,

MBA Project St Peters Institute of Distance Education, Chennai, Tamil NaduShivaji University Centre for Distance ,

MBAProject Education, Kolhapur, MaharashtraShobhit University School of Distance Education (SU SDE) ,

MBA Project Sikkim-Manipal University (SMU, MBA)Sri Krishnadevaraya University Centre for Distance Education (SKUCDE) ,

MBA Project Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam Distance Education Centre,

MBA Project Sri Venkateswara University Directorate of Distance Education (SVU DDE) ,

MBA Project Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning (SCDL), Pune, Maharashtra,

MBA Project Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU) ,

MBA Project Thapar University Department of Distance Education (TUDDE) ,

MBA ProjectsThe University of Burdwan Directorate of Distance EducationDistance Education Universities ,

MBA ProjectsUniversity of Calicut School of Distance Education,

MBA Projects

 

the importance of effective communication

different styles of communication

awareness of non-verbal communication, such as body language

how to improve written communication skills

how to communicate with confidence

how to tailor communication for an intended audience

how to manage workplace conflicts or issues

negotiation and influencing skills

active listening skills and how to ask the 'right' questions.

Benefits of training to improve communication in the workplace

By developing better rapport with co-workers, employees are likely tobe happier and more successful in their roles.

Improving employees' morale will make them more likely to remainloyal to your business.

Improving communication between individuals, teams or departmentswithin your organisation will streamline business processes andactivities.

Customer retention will be improved through better customer service.

Staff will learn how to handle difficult situations and resolve conflictbefore it becomes a problem.

Opening the channels

By promoting better communication in the workplace, you'll notonly increase the efficiency of your team, but your organisation too. Talk to a training specialist today about how you can improve thecommunication skills of your staff to create a more successfulbusiness.

2.Explain the different aspects of non-verbal communication

 Types of Nonverbal Communication The purpose of this report is to examine the significance of the nonverbalcommunication in the business setting. The topics discussed include: typesof nonverbal communication, the importance of recognition and use of nonverbal communication elements, potential problems with nonverbalcommunication and solutions for effective nonverbal communication.Kinesics, meaning - body movements, represents one of the largest areas of “ “leakage” – signals that escape from a deceptive interviewee despite hisor her attempts at control.” (Waltman 1). One must realize, however, that“leakage” is not limited to interview subjects, but is natural humanbehavior (Waltman 1). In turn, torso movements, gestures and facialexpressions are commonly viewed as the most important areas of kinesicsin terms of generation of nonverbal cues that, when combined with othercues as well as context, suggest a meaning to what is being communicated(Sunduram 4). Ray L. Birdwhistell, in his research, also stresses that kinesiccommunication must be viewed in terms of “contextual meaning” (Jolly 6).Additional benefit of using “contextual meaning” in interpretation of 

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