Leadership and Its’ Communications Processes
The Perceptual Process Model of Communication is an example of the communications process between a sender and a receiver. It shows how the communication process works between the two components. The model exemplifies communication as a “pipeline of information” being transferred from one person to another or a group to multitudes of people. Today as opposed to the past representation of the communication process which was considered a type of “conduit model” information being transferred or sent is a social process. In it receivers make resolutions in their mental psyche about sent information or sent messages. Ms. Lewis had to retrain her followers through telling and selling leadership styles which the receivers of information had to resolve and make decisions to go forward for the good of the organization as well as themselves. The components of the model are:
A) sender-the person endeavoring to send a message to communicate information.
B) message-the information to be exchanged from one person to another or others.
C) receiver-the intended acceptor of the message, It maybe
an individual, an organization, or a group.
A leader with good communication skills can motivate individuals to improve their decision making performance efforts. This ability to do so is an important asset to an organization. The leader who can do such tends to move up higher in the company. In contrast, leaders who don’t have very communication skills aren’t as successful. Ms. Jeanne Lewis came to Staples, Incorporated in 1991 as an intern and went from this position to Vice-President and Divisional Merchandising Manager because of her communication skills. Her followers constantly remarked how they were flabbergasted by her communication effort and performance. Communication is the strong force behind an organization. It is the main conduit used to relate to others...