OH DID I TELL YOU?

COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS EVERYONE!

Or was that Organisation?
Basic communication is vital for anything to work, whether it’s emailing 1 person a quick question about a group project, and then 2 people in the group having a email chat and come up with loads of ideas and then the next meeting the other group members are looking at you like you have ten heads.

Communication can break down very quickly and very easily which is the reason you constantly have to keep it a priority.
If you don’t or you think you don’t need to, small little nasty things can creep out of it.
If you don’t communicate with your colleagues because you feel there is no need, what happens if one day you need help?
I don’t think they would be as forth coming as you would like…

Also the idea of non-communication within a academic setting or work setting is one of isolation.

It can also have a very negative effect on you, many people might think:

“AH LOOK HER OVER THERE, THINKING SHE IS THE QUEEN BEE, WITH ALL HER INFORMATION”

“I’M NOT GOING TELL HER THAT THE PROJECT HAS BEEN MOVED FORWARD, LET HER SWEAT”

People can also be on the other end of the scale and tell you everything they know thinking it will help, and people will also feel the same way!

Communication incorporates many different elements of behavior, however it is vital for you to communicate effectively if you and the work you are producing is going to succeed .

The aspect that  Alshare  2011 focused on was both educator and student, and how many barriers can hinder the operations of communication in very simple ways, that is in the perspective of a student approaching a educator for information.

Even as a Mature Student, approaching my tutor who was of a similar age was the  most nerve racking thing I think I have ever done, WHY, he knew more about the topic than I did!

That’s why he was the tutor and I thee student!

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