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What Are The Basic Functions Of Communication?

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Communication serves four major functions within a group or organization:
1-Control – communication acts to control member behavior in several ways. Organization have authority hierarchies and formal guidelines that employees are required to follow
2-Motivation – communication fosters motivation by clarifying to employees what is to be done, how well they are doing, and what can be done to improve performance.
3-Emotional expression – communication, provides a release for the emotional expression of feelings and for fulfillment of social needs
4-Information – it provides the information that individuals and groups need to make decisions by transmitting the data to identify and evaluate alternative choices.
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Communication plays a very significant role because it satisfies our needs including physical, identity, practical and social needs. Communication controls our physical needs like through communication we build relationships. People who are isolated are less likely to stay longer. Secondly, communication helps the people to identify who they are. Through communication people develop an image about themselves. Thirdly, communication aids us to fulfill many of our social needs like affection, relaxation, control and inclusion. In organizations, communication is important to obtain the goals. People who communicate well are better able to make their position. Communication delivers the message and effectiveness of message also depends on it.
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