COMMUNICATION How to make others aware of your skills. Doc. Annalisa Mandoloni Acqualagna, November 20-21 2006. Today and tomorrow we will be talking about…. COMMUNICATION IS Definitions, structure and key elements of any communication process
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Doc. Annalisa Mandoloni
Acqualagna, November 20-21 2006
Definitions, structure and key elements of any communication process
a passage in which the sender sends a message to the receiver.
The message is constructed according to a code shared by both parties and refers to a reference framework known as the context.
Sender and receiver must be in contact through a channel which the message tavels on
Lays down his/her interpretation and vision of the world, his/her current state of mind, the emotions raised by the subject and the listener, his/her story, his/her culture and beliefs, his/her intentions, his/her goals in life …
The code is the employed system of signs.
The channel consists in the sensory system through which the trasmission and reception of the message take place.
-provides the sender with results
-ensures the correct reception of the message and provides information on required adjustments
No more improvisation!
e.g. the results to be achieved should be:
it is embodied in the transfer of good practices between players/operators on the same hierachical level
intends to have an impact on local, regional and national planning and legal framework