COMMUNICATION SKILLS - Writing Skills - CiteHR
Tsivasankaran
Consultant
Manish2678
Hr Executive
SomGollakota
It Management
Preiti
Soft Skills Training

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IS COMMUNICATION SKILLS IS MUST FOR HR PROFESSIONAL HOW? AND HOW TO DEVELOP IT?
1. SPEAKING SKILLS - 50%
2. WRITING SKILLS - 30%
3. READING SKILLS - 20%
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TOTAL - 100%

Hi Manish, Is the percentage breakdown collected from some research or a sample of research? Preiti
Hi Manish Why did you leave out listening skill!!! Most important Communication skill required for any professional is LISTENING SKILL Siva
Please check the percentage of skills......yes I fully agree with Siva regarding Listening Skill. One of the most important skills of Effective Communication is Listening Skill. So plz keep doing some research for getting appropriate and real findings.
Thanks and regards

Beyond what is already said, Effective Communication has several other things/components in it.

According to A. Barbour, author of Louder Than Words: Nonverbal Communication, an astounding 93% of all communication is non-verbal



1. Speaking (verbal/words)

2. Posture and Body Language (gestures)

3. Eye Contact and Facial Expressions

4. Physical Appearance (dress, grooming, shoes, jewelry, body art etc.)

4. Tone of Voice and Pace of Words (voice modulation, and speed at which one talks)

5. Sentence Construction

6. Proper Use of Capitalization (All capitals in written English implies the writer is emotionally charged, shouting, angry etc.)

7. Proper Use of Grammar and Spellings (Is communication skill a must of HR professionals? If so, why? And how can one develop it?) or (Are communication skills required for HR professionals? If so, why? And how can one develop them?)



A simple Google Search on Communication (or Non-Verbal Communication) would give you a ton of results.

Enjoy your research :-)



Best,

-Som G




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