Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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INTRODUCTION Effective Communication is significant for managers in the organizations so as to perform the basic functions of management, i.e., Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling. Communication helps managers to perform their jobs and responsibilities. Communication serves as a foundation for planning. All the essential information must be communicated to the managers who in-turn must communicate the plans so as to implement them. Organizing also requires effective communication with others about their job task. Similarly leaders as managers must communicate effectively with their subordinates so as to achieve the team goals. Controlling is not possible without written and oral communication. Managers devote a great part of…show more content…
It is an important objective of communication. Organization persuades buyers to buy their products & services. In the office or the factory, the lazy, incompetent & disgruntled workers have to be persuaded of their works. And only communication can do this act of persuasion. Motivation employees: Motivation energies & actives a person & channelizes his behavior towards the attainment of desired goals. Communication has been considered as the critical element in motivating employees. Managers use communication to improve employee’s sense of self-worth by showing reorganization, appreciating good work & providing several other incentives. Raising morale: Raising morale is an important objective of communication. Morel is the individual & collective spirit & moral condition of employee with regard to discipline & confidence. Management always tries to raise the morale of employees through communication so that they think that they are important for the organization. Warning & notice: Warning & notice are given in special circumstances. If employees do not abide by the norms of the organization. & Information plays a vital rules & regulations, it may become necessary to warn & notice them. Warning & notice can be given orally or written. Formalization & execution of plans: formulating & implementing plans both are important for
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