7 Cs of Effective Communication

7 Cs of Effective Communication

7 Cs of Effective Communication Completeness The message must be complete. It should convey all the facts required by the audience. The sender of the message must take into consideration the receiver and should communicate all the facts and figures related to the message.

Conciseness Conciseness means communicating what you want to convey in least possible words. Conciseness is a necessity for effective communication. Concise communication has following features: It is both time-saving as well as cost-saving. It underlines and highlights the main message. Concise communication provides short and essential message in limited words to the audience. Concise message is more appealing and comprehensible

to the audience. Consideration Consideration implies stepping into the shoes of others. Effective communication must take the audience into consideration, i.e, the audiences view points, background, mind-set, education level, etc. Make an attempt to envisage your audience, their requirements, emotions as well as problems. Ensure that the self-respect of the audience is

maintained and their emotions are not at harm. Clarity Clarity implies emphasizing on a specific message or goal at a time, rather than trying to achieve too much at once. Clarity in communication has following features: It makes understanding easier. Complete clarity of thoughts and ideas enhances the meaning of message.

Clear message makes use of exact, appropriate and concrete words Concreteness Concrete communication implies being particular and clear rather than fuzzy and general. Concreteness strengthens the confidence. Concrete message has following features:

It is supported with specific facts and figures. It makes use of words that are clear and that build the reputation. Concrete messages are not misinterpreted Courtesy Courtesy in message implies the message should show the senders expression as well as should respect the receiver. The sender of the message should be sincerely polite, judicious, reflective and enthusiastic.

Courteous message has following features: Courtesy implies taking into consideration both viewpoints as well as feelings of the receiver of the message. Courteous message is positive and focused at the audience. It makes use of terms showing respect for the receiver of message. It is not at all biased Correctness

Correctness in communication implies that there are no grammatical errors in communication. Correct communication has following features: The message is exact, correct and well-timed. If the communication is correct, it boosts up the confidence level. Correct message has greater impact on the audience/ readers.

It checks for the precision and accurateness of facts and figures used in the message. It makes use of appropriate and correct language in the message. 7 C's Flipbook Assignment Assignment: Create a Mini-Flipbook. Each word gets a page with:

(1) the word written, (2) the definition of the word, (3) a synonym for the word, (4) a visual or picture depicting the word, (5) a sentence that demonstrates its use in communication through writing.

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