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The Top Principles of Communication

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  1. Introduction
  2. Ten top principles of communication
    1. Signs
    2. Integration of emotion
    3. Physical noise
    4. Feedback
    5. Audience concentration
    6. Leadership responsibility
    7. Non-manipulative truth
    8. Goal/ Strategy
    9. Visual Aids
    10. Teamwork
  3. Conclusion
  4. References

Corporations, organizations and even the individuals that make them up are in a culture where super-communication is of utmost importance. Cell phones, pagers, e-mail and instant messenger make communication more evolved then it was even ten years ago and while person-to-person communication has gone down, communication has increased drastically because the world has become an international playground. Here is a list of the top ten principles of communication. All the principles are relevant today although they have been adapted to fit today's standards as opposed to yesterday's guidelines.

[...] Leadership communication is a large responsibility and is one of the main principles of good communication because there are so few businesses and corporations that actually make use of it. Leadership often comes with the trickle down effect Non-manipulative truth: Telling the truth, not just in crisis communication situations, is a big part of keeping high integrity in any industry of business. fruits of truthfulness include experiencing inner spiritual liberation, being at one with one's self, generating a richer interaction with other individuals, and building a healthier society. [...]

[...] Physical noise is not so much the most basic foundation principle of communication as it is the most often used way to perform the task. ?Physical nose is any concrete interference with the process of communication such as the speaker's talking too fast, a construction crew that is working in the next room or children crying in the audience? (Disanza, 10). Physical noise also transcends into basic one-on-one communication between two people. While this principle has not changed over time it has evolved like many of the other principles of communication. [...]

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