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7c's of communication

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i have to give a detailed assignment and presentation on 7c's of effective communication.so i need help of any of my friend...thankfull to you for this favour!

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  1. Guest13858777
    what are the examples of consideration in sevevn c's of effective communication?

  2. Guest11867306
    examples of correctness
  3. Guest11373834
    7C’S OF COMMUNICATION Seven C’s of Communication means to write or compose correct or effective messages by applying some certain rules or principles. These principles are known as seven C’s of communication which are as follows: 1- Correctness 2- Completeness 3- Conciseness 4- Clarity 5- Creativeness 6- Courtesy 7- Consideration 1- Correctness: Correctness means that there is no mistake of grammar, punctuation and spellings. It should be grammatically correct. All information should be accurate and timely. In our messages we should include fact words and figures, writing should be perfect and clean, language should be of correct level and there should be proper grammar punctuation, spelling and paragraphing. If our message or documents is not of good level of correctness then it has no effect on reader so it may cause lot of difficulties. So the objective of communication will be failed. Double check your spellings and grammar. So proof read it before you send it. 2- Completeness: It means that our message should include all necessary facts and background information. It should include everything the reader needs for the reaction we desire. We must include all information which our reader wants. We should be answered all questions, gave examples if necessary. If our message will not be completed to bring desirable results then the reader will not be convinced by us. So we should keep it in mind that partial information would not work if we have to survive. 3- Conciseness: Conciseness means to convey information in fewest possible words. We should keep in mind the reader’s knowledge of the subject and their time constraints. So our message should complete without being wordy. The writer is a looser if he was unable to convey information in fewest possible words because none have enough time to read wordy messages. So our message should be comprehensible. 4- Clarity: It means that we have a definite purpose of writing and make sure it is clearly communicated up front. Clarity demands us that each and every points and aspects of our message should be clear to the reader. We should use right level of language, proper punctuation, right spellings and accurate facts and figure. 5- Creativeness: Creativeness means to use different formats (vs. straight narrative) to communicate our message. It should include Q/A format, graphics, ideal list etc. Our message should include different formats so that the reader may understand our ideas without getting trouble. 6- Courtesy: Courtesy means that to show our expressions and respect to the reader. Courteous message strengthen present relations and make new friends. We should answer our mail promptly. Courteous message always makes it place in heart because it shows lot of respect and sincerity. Courtesy is more important and advantageous in business writing than it is in face to face communication and conversation. 7- Consideration: Consideration means the message with the receiver in mind. Keep your reader's needs in mind as you write. Ask yourself, 'Why should my reader spend time reading this?' We should focus on us despite on others. And try to show reader benefit and interest in reader. We should try to visualize our readers their desires problems emotions circumstances and possible reaction to our request. Regards; Engr.Salman Khalidi smartsunnysalman@yahoo.com
  4. Guest11330324
    what is 7cs in marketing.
  5. Ammad Ghauri
    Business Communication is communication used to promote a product, service, or organization; relay information within the business; or deal with legal and similar issues. Business Communication encompasses a variety of topics, including Marketing, Branding, Customer relations, Consumer behaviour, Advertising, Public relations, Media relations, Corporate communication, Community engagement, Research & Measurement, Reputation management, Interpersonal communication, Employee engagement, Online communication, and Event management. The Business Communication message is conveyed through various channels of communication, including the Internet, Print (Publications), Radio, Television, Ambient, Outdoor, and Word of mouth. Business Communication is a common topic included in the curricula of the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program of many universities. There are several methods of business communication, including: Web based communication - for better and improved communication, anytime anywhere ... e-mails, which provide an instantaneous medium of written communication worldwide; telephoned meetings, which allow for long distance oral communication; forum boards, which allow people to instantly post information at a centralized location; and face to face meetings, which are personal and should be succeeded by a written followup.
  6. Ammad Ghauri
    Clear: Your messages need to be clear if they are to be effective. Concise: If you want your messages to be read by busy people, make them brief. Say what you need to say, and say no more (while maintaining goodwill, of course). Remove all words phrases and sentences that serve no purpose. You can also eliminate wordiness by substituting one word for wordy, overused expressions. Concrete: You have a choice in your writing to use concrete (specific) or abstract (vague) words. They both have a place in business writing. However, concrete terms are typically more accurate and, in some cases, more believable. Correct: Correctness in business writing includes spelling, grammar, punctuation, and format. For spelling, punctuation, and grammar, you should keep a dictionary and a writer's guide at your desk. Coherent: Messages need to "hang together." Ideas need to flow from one to the next through smooth transitions. You can achieve this by outlining your messages, writing simple sentences and focusing each paragraph on one idea. You can also improve the coherence of your message through parallel structure, connecting words and phrases, and guide posts. Complete: Check to be sure that your message is complete. Have you included all the information you need to ensure that the other person can do a complete job or make a reasonable decision? Courteous: Your message should be positive-building goodwill and focused upon the reader. Watch gender specific language and always use proper titles.
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