Relationship Between Communication Style, Personality Factors and Management to Employees With Management Functions
Keywords:relationship, style, communication, personality, management, employee, leadership
The outside world, nature in its variety, as well as the countless social actors, like us, all send signals, outside or to our own person. We therefore become recipients of information that we accidentally intercepted, even if it was not directly intended.
Any message involves the issuance of information, through coded signals, in the direction of a given target, most often an interlocutor, without mandatory return. This broadcast is performed in a context of objectives and roles according to a coding comprising possible distortions, which may come from discordances of attitude or conception between sender and receiver, but also notable differences between language registers used most often but distortions they are caused by imperfect conditions or actual disturbances that can affect both the transmission of signals and their reception.
Although communication is a process that is accessible to all and seems relatively simple, its development involves distinct stages whose identification and knowledge is strictly necessary, especially in the case of managers.
Inefficiency of communication causes loneliness, conflict, professional dissatisfaction, psychological stress and physical illness.
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