Dr. Sasmit Patra
Xavier Institute of Management
Shubhanshu Tiwari (UM14358)
Interpersonal communication is like breathing; it is a necessity for life. And, like breathing, interpersonal contact is inescapable. Unless you live in isolation, you converse interpersonally every single day. Listening to your roommate, discussion with a professor, encounter for lunch alongside a friend, and conversing to your parents or your spouse is all examples of interpersonal communication
It is impossible not to converse alongside others. Even beforehand we are born, we answer to movement and sound. With our early weep, we …show more content…
Think carefully about what you desire to say and how you desire to say it. Decide what your goal is: to notify, to convince, to instruct, or to do something else. Be sure you understand who your audience is so you understand where the audience is coming from as it receives your message. Make sure your message is specific and concise. Get to the point; don’t be diverted into trivial issues. Present your message politely, and be objective—state all sides’ positions fairly before arguing your own. (If the listener perceives that you are biased, this can become an important barrier to …show more content…
Interpersonal Communication helps to break the invisible barriers that often clutter between two entities. Also, an understanding of the various aspects of Interpersonal Communication helps to develop better interpersonal skills.
In this era, where the mediums or channels of interpersonal communication are ever-evolving, it is important to have a thorough understanding regarding the nuances of latest medium and technology to have an effective Interpersonal Communication.
As organizations are a collection of individuals working towards attaining a common goal, it is almost imperative for managers to polish their interpersonal communication so as to get the appropriate message delivered across hierarchies. This will help not only the manager or employee, but also the entire organization.
Thus, Interpersonal Communication holds the key to Personal and Professional success of an individual.
“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with