Barriers to Communication
Categorization of Boundaries
Semantic Organizational Inter-personal Individual Cross- cultural (Geographic) Physical as well as channel / and multimedia Technological
Technology of that means - Phonetics science of sound. Semantics – code /decoding • Similar Pronunciation but multiple meaning. • Badly portrayed message – incoherence, poor sentence building and jargons • Incorrect interpretation -- Pandit, cisura / Rajah • Untrained assumption by simply sender as well as receiver • Technical language / lingo
Interference by relative status and benefits of participants, antagonico needs and expectations
to Organizational tradition – influences freedom and trust u Organizational rules o Status relationship um Complexity in organizational composition o Inadequate facilities and opportunities um Lack of co-operation between elderly and subordinate.
Sender and receiver – different economic, educational and status level
Barrier via Superior
Shortage of moment for employee Lack of trust Lack of trust for employee's demands and expectations Desire to capture authority by retaining info Fear of burning off power of control Bypassing Information overload to employees – missing wheat from skin.
Barrier via Subordinate
Lack of appropriate channel – how does this individual convey? No interest to talk Insufficient cooperation and mutual understanding Not enough trust and co-ordination Poor interpersonal relationship Fear of fees.
Individual as well as Psycho-sociological Limitations
Change????? Style Linguistic accent The form of expression Level of theatre / signals Humour Brevity Selection of discriminatory or perhaps non- discriminatory communication Quality of credibility and charisma
Individual / Psycho-sociological Barriers
Selective Perception – ‘I know it syndrome', ‘waste of time' Status romance - – monologues by seniors ...