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Oral Communication
By V P Bhagat
 
Oral Communication
Communication as a process of exchange of thoughts andideas, puts demands on speaker for attaining effectiveness.This is true for oral as well as written communication, both ofwhich are expected to be purposeful and create an impact onthe listener.Oral communication is as challenging as written communication.What makes written communication different from oralcommunication is that it is permanent and forms a part ofdocumentation that can be referred to as and when required.Both the forms of communication depend on the basic fulfillmentof the factors concerning the sender, i.e. the process ofencoding, the message, the channel, the receiver, the decodingand the feedback.
 
Effective Oral Communication
Speaker’s roles of successful and effective communication:
 
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One must make sure that all the information required hasbeen gathered and have been planned what one is going to speak in thecapacity of a speaker.
Audience -
The more the speaker knows about the people to whom hewill be speaking, the more likely he will be able to tailor his
communication to meet the needs. The speaker’s communication should
be firmly directed to what his audience wishes to know and not just whathe wants to tell them.
Adaptation
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The speaker must adapt his communication according tothe size of his audience. The smaller the audience, the more flexible heshould be.
Clarifications
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When in doubt, the communicator must ask before thepresentation, if he is unsure what to include and how long to make it.One should not assume or take chance.

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