Saturday, February 9, 2019
Effective Communication :: Communication in Leadership
Overview of SectionIn broads chapter Communication in Leadership Tripod A New Model for Effective Leadership (2004), Long defines communication as the passing of information between at least(prenominal) two parties (p. 89). He shargons general communication principles, ways to improve communication, and mensurate it. His premise is Unless those placing leaders, the leaders themselves, and those under leading can communicate effectively, leadership will not be as strong as it should be in order for the organization to achieve at its highest level (p. 87). entirely involved in communication from the top down film to learn and implement effective communication despite misconceptions. In the process of encryption and decoding (communicating), noise occurs. For true communication to take place, the receiver has to be able to decode the message the way the encoder wants to be understood (p. 90). Both, encoder and the decoder, need to take the epoch to ensure a message has been co rrectly decoded.It is all important(p) to perceive methods of communication and inhibitors to decoding.oVernacular use and inflection are two common hindrances to verbal communication. oThe telephone can arrive at communication problems. Voice mail can be impersonal and amateurish therefore, these communications need to be clear and thorough. oHandwritten communications include the note, letter, and electronic mail. While the note can be utilize to encourage and affirm, it takes time and must be distributed fairly and equally. Letters should be personalized, even if database generated. E-mail seems to be immediate, efficient, and quick however, it can be impersonal and allow the encoder to not be responsible for ensuring communication has occurred and been correctly decoded. oNonverbal communication includes behavior, gestures, facial expressions, body language, and personal space. Many do not realize the nonverbal messages they send therefore, leaders need to understand and be able to truly interpret them. Implications for TeacherTeachers are leaders in the classroom, thereby, responsible to effectively communicate with students, parents, the community, colleagues, and administration. Teachers need to take the time to ensure communication has been successfulencoding and decoding.Teachers utilize verbal, telephone, written, and nonverbal communication.