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examples of aerobic exercise

 Fast walking
 Jogging or running
 Cycling
 Cross-country skiing
 Dancing
 Hiking
 Swimming

Communication (from Latin commūnicāre, meaning "to share"[1]) is the act of


conveying intended meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of
mutually understood signs and semiotic rules.
The nature of communication: Communication can be pervaded in every area of
human existence. By simply crying and moping fully newborn babies convey what is this
great about their appearance in this world. By means of creating your seem these
people probably express his or her anticipation with regard to mother’s appreciate as
well as love. Communication represents the important role inside personal existence,
family member’s existence, cultural existence, company existence and many others.
Development Communication with relationships, cultures, civilizations and many others
the two inside micro as well as macro amount are determined by successful effective
communication. The nature of communication is discussed below:
1. Communication is related to human activity: Communication exchanges are actually
directly linked with every single ball of human being lifetime. It is necessary within
primary some sort of substantial human being lifetime. Taking pleasure in restful lifetime,
acquiring person-to-person interactions, creating a flourishing point out and so on.
Aren’t probable without having communication exchanges.
2. Communication involves two or more parties: At least, two parties are involved in
virtually any communication exchange process. This party exactly who communicates
information is known as sender and the party exactly who is provided with the info is
known as a device. Even so in some instances some sort of sender could send out a
message for you to many receivers.
3. Communication could be one-way or maybe two-way process: Communication
might take the design involving two-way or maybe one-way process. With two-way
communication, the receiver sends his feedback to the sender after receiving the
message. One-way communication means you move involving information style sender
to be able to receive only. In this particular means of communication receiver doesn’t
present his or her reaction to your sender.
4. Success of communication depends on a proper understanding of the parties
involved: Powerful communication comes about if your receiver feels your concept you
might say your sender posts the idea. If the receiver doesn’t deliver his or her reaction to
your sender, your sender is not going to fully grasp your receiver’s view. In this case, your
communications are going to be inadequate. As a result, to make your communication
prosperous the two senders and receiver got to know your side effects of different.
5. Conversation in organization flows in a variety of styles: With organization, information
flows in a variety of recommendations, for example way upward direction, down way,
horizontal way and many others.

Importance of Communication
Importance of communication in a business unit has increased considerably,
particularly after the Hawthorne experiments which made people realise that
communication among persons working at different levels in a business concern is
essential for achieving the objectives of a business. It is said that the world of modern
management is the world of communication and the success of a manager in
performing his duties depends on his ability to communicate. According to Paul Pigors
and Myers, about 70% of an executive's time is spent on communication. Today,
communication has become one of the important aspects of management and it
helps the management in attaining the following:
1. Helps in achieving co-ordination: Modern business firms which are organised on a
large scale consist of a large number of workers working on the basis of division of
labour and specialisation. To attain the goals of the business unit, there is need for co-
ordination among workers and this can be achieved only through communication.
According to Mary Curling Niles, "Good communications are essential to co-ordination.
They are necessary upward, downward and sideways, through all the levels of authority
and advice for the transmission, interpretation and adoption of policies, for the sharing
of knowledge and information and for the more subtle needs of good morale and
mutual understanding."
2. Helps in smooth working: Communication helps in the smooth running of an
enterprise. To achieve the goals of an enterprise, co-operative action of the persons
working in its different activities is necessary. Co-operative action in turn depends on
the communication process prevailing in the organisation. Herbert G. Hicks has pointed
out that "communication is basic to an organisation's existence — from the birth of the
organisation on through its continuing life. When communication stops, organised
action comes to an end." According to G.R. Terry, "communication serves as a lubricant
fostering the smooth operations of the management."
3. Increased managerial efficiency: It is said that about 75% of the manager's time is
spent on communication to others of business targets, rules, policies, etc.
Communication helps the manager in performing his duties quickly and systematically
and also facilitates in increasing his effectiveness.
4. Helps in decision-making: For taking decision by the management, and also for its
effective implementation, a good communication system in the enterprise is a primary
requirement. Information from different levels which helps the process of decision-
making is received through the system of communication. Again, these decisions are
passed on through communication to those who are involved in executing them.
Chester Barnard has rightly stated that "the first executive function is to develop and
maintain a system of communication."
5. Helps in maintaining industrial peace: Very often, lack of communication or improper
communication may result in industrial disputes between management and workers.
Communication helps both management and workers in putting forth their views to
each other and thus it facilitates in maintaining industrial peace.
6. Helps in recruitment process: Communication is needed in the recruitment process to
acquaint potential employees with the merits of working for the enterprise. The recruits
are told about the company organisation structure, its policies and practices. After
selecting the candidates for the jobs, communication is needed at the time of
orientation to make candidates acquaint themselves with peers, superiors and with
company rules and regulations.
7. Helps employees to perform effectively: It is needed to enable the employees to
perform their functions effectively. Employees are required to know their job relationship
and importance to the overall operation. This knowledge makes it easy for them to
identify themselves with the organisation mission. If a nurse in a hospital knows why she
has to follow certain procedures with a patient and how this relates to the total therapy
programme for him, it is much easier for her to develop an ideological commitment to
the hospital.
8. Helps to acquaint subordinates with their evaluation: Communication is needed to
acquaint the subordinates with the evaluation of their contribution to enterprise activity.
It is a matter of some motivational importance for the subordinates to know from their
superior how they stand and what the future may hold for them. This appraisal if
intelligently carried out will boost the morale of the subordinates.
9. Helps in teaching employees about Personal Safety: Communication is needed to
teach employees about their personal safety on the job. This is essential to reduce
accidents, to lower compensation, to minimise legal costs and to reduce recruitment
and training costs for replacement.
10. Helps in projecting the image of the enterprise: It is of vital importance in projecting
the image of an enterprise in the community. The amount of support which the
enterprise receives from its social environment is affected by the information which elite
groups and the wider public have acquired about its goals, activities and
accomplishments.
11. Helps manager in performing his functions: Communication helps the manager in
performing his managerial functions such as planning, organising, staffing, directing and
controlling. Planning requires detailed communication among the managerial and
other personnel.