Communication Skills and Motivation:
We all know in which communication in an organisation is very significant for its success and growth. Communication should be effectual and two ways, viz., from top to bottom & bottom to top. It is significant which each player learns how to communicate to seniors as well as to juniors. Actually, good communication is the foundation for sound management. No managerial activity is probable without communication, and a manager spends most of his/her working time communicating. Therefore, it is no exaggeration to say in which communication is extremely vital for every organisation and the success of an organisation mainly depends on the effectiveness of the communication system in it.
Communication refers to sharing of ideas, facts, opinions, information and understanding. Easily stated, communication is the dissemination of information and understanding from one person to another. It includes at least three elements: the sender, the receiver, and the message or information which is shared. You must appreciate in which if information flows from one end, the knowledge of its effects is received from the other end in the form of feedback. While or not the effect produced is the desired one depends upon how well the receiver know the meaning of the information. Communication has, thus, been aptly said to be 'transmission of meaning'.
One of the significant roles of a manager is to share information along with his/her peers, subordinates and others about various issues relating to their jobs and responsibilities. That is, he/she finds and disseminates information about his/her job and the organisation to all those who are concerned along with it. As such, this act takes considerable elements of his/her time. In some cases, among 40 to 60 per cent of the work time in a typical organisation is spent in a few kind of communication. In addition, the top and middle level managers classically spend 60 to 80 per cent of their total working hours communicating.