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8 Basic Mistakes In Communication
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The Basic mistake in communication often occurs in the business of developing a good relationship with your subordinates and the environment, you need to avoid some mistakes, even it looks like very humanity will Potential to impede the development of the relationship.

Based on a well-known motivational book, I have noticed at least eight (8) fundamental mistakes that you should avoid.

These fundamental mistakes are :

1. EFFECT OF THE FIRST IMPRESSION

The effect of the first impression is the effects that arise and arise because our judgment of a person is only based on one characteristic, that is, for the first time meet him.

Example:

The person who feels he or she is a senior you will find it hard to accept you as a new manager as he was one of the teams that interviewed you at the time of selection.

2. PERCEPTUAL PERCEPTION

Some people tend to assume that others will have traits and attitudes that are considered to be the hallmark of a section or division in which he originates. But in fact, this assumption is not always true.

Example:

When you meet the person who comes from the accounting section, you will assume that He or She is a rigid and less friendly person.

Another example, when there is a collision on the road involving pedestrians and cars, then we tend to blame the car rider. The fact is not necessarily so because it could be a pedestrian wrong.

3. MORE VISIBLE ATTRIBUTES OF THE FACTS

When a person listens to someone else's talk, he or she will receive two (2) things: The content of the talk and what attributes are attached to the person.

Example:

When a doctor talks about a health problem, he or she will be more confident than you who is not a doctor, although in reality what the doctor said is wrong and you are right.

Why can it happen? It happens because the attributes attached to a doctor are more noticeable than the actual fact.

4. IMPACT OF DOMINATION

Infidelity or position that a giver has tended to strengthen the commandment it has issued. It happens because the received command is not just looking at the contents of the command but he also sees who gives the command.

Example:

For a manager who is respected, His presence has made all the affairs of the work going well, and a hymn from him can be interpreted as a commandment by his subordinates.

5. RESPONSE TO PREJUDICE INSTEAD

A response to a command will follow the recipient's point of view.

Example:

The command from you to simplify a procedure will be considered an additional hassles for your subordinates.

6. LANGUAGE BARRIERS AND UNDERSTANDING

Many or more of the material that can be absorbed by a person will depend on their ability to speak and understand that information.

Example:

The language of an HRD announcement to employees is often not concerned with the lowest level of employee understanding skills.

7. INTERPRETATION ERRORS

People have a tendency to connect some similar information to look consistent or not. If there is consistency then that information will be received as truth.

Example:

Last month you have just been lifted and announced as a new factory manager, and incidentally, the factory production of this month has decreased. Some people will assume that it is a sign that you don't really fit into a manager. In other words, some people consider that it is a rejection of you when the fact may not be that way.

8. DIFFERENCE IN VALUE AND HABITS

The difference in values and habits of a company can lead to differences in interpretation and appreciation of information and situation.

Example:

In IBM Indonesia, junior employees will call a more senior employee by dialing "Sir" and call the driver with the call "Mr". But at the place which I'm working on now, it's just the opposite. Senior employees will be called "Mr " and a driver will be referred to as "Sir ".

If So, And Then How To Make Progress With Positive Communication?

8 Basic Mistakes In Communication

Utilize these six techniques to convey viably, as follows:

1. You can acknowledge anything without concurring with it.

Subsequently, recognize astounding solicitations and ludicrous explanations with reactions, for example :
  • "That is a fascinating thought."
  • "That is a novel solicitation."
  • "What a charming inquiry."
Utilize this as a chance to comprehend what the other individual is stating. And afterward, proceed onward to different subjects without endeavoring to contend.

2. People judge others by their activities. 

This implies you are being decided by the observations you make with your words and activities. For instance, on the off chance that you demonstrated furious, even thought that you feel else, you will be decided as being unfriendly. On the off chance that you sound powerless, even thought that you feel else, you will be decided as being inadequate. In this manner, pick activities and words that pass on the impression you need to make.

3. People judge themselves by their expectations. 

Along these lines, recognize that the other individual's activities or words are right and appropriate (as observed by that other individual). In any event, when somebody's conduct shows up silly, that individual in all likelihood trusts it is supported.

4. Everyone merits civility and regard. Strategy acquires than antagonism

It is consistently the most ideal approach to start a discourse. All things considered, nobody has ever needed to apologize for being considerate. At the point when you approach others with deference, you set the standard for how you need to be dealt with.

5. Everyone has important thoughts. 

Everybody is a specialist in some zone. Everybody has special gifts. Compelling pioneers enables others to exceed expectations at communicating their thoughts. They pose inquiries. They show intrigue. They make the other individual a star in their discussion.

6. Realize that you can generally become familiar with the other individual's needs, needs, and circumstances. 

Pose inquiries. Look for arrangements. Think positive. Fast responses regularly lead to conciliatory sentiments. Start by being insightful and trying to see completely.

Thus eight (8) mistakes that you should avoid developing a good relationship with your subordinates and the environment around you.

Hopefully, this article will provide benefits and increase your knowledge.
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