It will improve your overall workplace culture.
Gladys Briggs Why effective communication is important for developing relationships. Communication means passing information from one person to another. It can be an interchange of opinions, thoughts, or information via speech, signs or writing between two or more people.
When communication is clear, precise and easily understood, it is known as effective communication and is significant in personal as well as professional settings. Helps them to achieve When there is effective communication amongst pupils and adult, pupils will have a proper understanding of what they are expected to do, how they are expected to behave, what resources they need.
They will be able to speak to adults about their needs and they are likely to be offered the services and resources which they require to achieve. Young People Reduces conflict Although young people are more advanced in their language and communication skills, their humour may change as they begin to understand and use sarcasm and wit.
The primary reason for the occurrence of conflict is poor or misunderstood communication. With effective communication you are able to resolve conflicts, build harmony and bridge communication gaps which create conflict.
An example is when teenagers are being guided in choosing a career by teacher, parent, guidance counsellor etc. Your intention may be to support them make the choice of a career that they may be comfortable with but they may feel that you are invading their privacy and this should be their choice not yours.
This way there will be less conflict between adult and young people. Strengthens relationships Effective communication helps people understand what they want and expect from each other.
This helps to build strong personal and professional relationships between them. When they have this positive relationship, they are less likely to be unnecessarily competitive but they work together as a team sharing ideas and using the same principles across the school.
They are likely to give beneficial support if they are able to communicate effectively with the school. Parents and practitioners can build better relationship in the interest of the child.
She was very sad and she thought her teacher meant that she looked like a star. I had to explain to her what was meant by star qualities. It may be that when the Miss said this to the little girl, she had a bit of a straight face, so her body language sent a different message.
Even though she was praising her, the little girl misunderstood her. Showing respect It is important that you show respect to everyone within the school community and outside.
Treat everyone equally and fairly. Have respect for their beliefs and culture. An example is borrowing resources from a teacher or Learning support assistant and promising to return it back in 5 minutes but not returning them back at all.
They may feel that you have no courtesy, respect for them or their property and next time, when you are in need, they may not be able to support you fully as they do not trust you. Being considerate We must consider the circumstance of others. It may be that the pupil forgot to bring in their homework or reading book and they have given a good enough reason promising to bring it in the next day.
You should be considerate enough to let them have a new reading book and may be give them a written reminder so mum and dad can ensure that they bring it in the day after.
Remembering issues which are personal to them This means that you take an interest in them and you care about them. I had a TA in school that had a problem with her nose which she discussed with me early one morning.
When I saw her again I had to ask how she was doing and if she had been to the doctors. Taking time to listen to others Communication involves more than one person.
You would be able to build a positive relationship with someone if they feel that they can speak to you and you would listen and share in their concerns. In the yard when the children are playing, they often come to us with different complains.
Being clear on key points This is especially important with the children as their language and communication is still developing. An example is when we work on an activity. I sometimes find that they get confused not knowing what they are supposed to do.
In such situations, I explain to them clearly and sometimes ask them to tell me what they have to do just to make sure that they have understood. Maintaining a good sense of humour The children in my class and I often have a laugh about my accents.understand the principles of developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults Why eﬀective communication is important TDA Communication & professional relationships with children, young people & adults.
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