Briefly explain the process of communication & classify the situation interview into one way or two way communication process?

nexedgebusiness | Student

The communication process is the adviser towards effective communication. It is the process of  transmitting  and receiving the data, And only the broadcast receiver receives the content. The communication process is mainly made up of four key components. Those are include encoding, medium of transmission, decoding, and feedback. There are also two other factors in the process, and those two factors are present in the form of the sender and the receiver. The communication process begins with the sender and ends with the receiver.

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gopikrishna | Student

Listen to the question being asked, ensure you are clear as to what is requested and respond with the information. Effective communication means keeping your answers concise and to-the-point and making sure you are answering what is asked.It is advisable to ask for clarification if you are unsure what the interviewer means or wants. Don't guess and make assumptions, this usually results in an inappropriate response. There is no need to fill up silences with unnecessary rambling. Silences will naturally occur as the interviewer gathers their thoughts or formulates the next question, it is important to be comfortable with silences.Make sure they have finished speaking before you respond.Taking a little time to think about a question rather than rushing to answer also helps you to organize your thoughts and prevents verbal fillers such as "umm" and "you know". These always come across as unprofessional. By taking a moment to think before you answer you appear calm, confident and polite."Body language comprises 55% of the force of any response, whereas the verbal content only provides 7%, and paralanguage, or the intonation -- pauses and sighs given when answering -- represents 38% of the emphasis."