al., 2012). In this regard, interpersonal communication is the process through which individual exchanges their information, feelings and beliefs in the form of verbal as well as non-verbal means (Krauss & Fussell, n.d.). In the context of organisation, interpersonal communication plays an integral role in sending and receiving meaningful information as well as maintaining workflow. Moreover, the interpersonal communication in the organization is considerable important to form high level of coordination among the co-workers, superior and subordinates of different cultural groups (Wood, 2010).
Contextually, it can be affirmed that some employees develop the feel of trepidation regarding the different forms of assessments, which significantly increases day by day. Many employees develop a certain amount of fear that people are staring at them and are less open to the level of criticism they are probable to face at their work at any point of time. Apparently, various assessments conducted help in assisting individuals according to their area of struggle providing regular feedbacks. These strategies enhance their ability to develop their communication skills and even enhance capabilities to express at the different stages of their work environment. Furthermore, this even helps the employees to meet with the requirements of their high level of anxiety or discomfort that they face during communication or developing interpersonal conversation among peers (Omorogiuwa, 2010).
The observation of developing the interpersonal communication significantly assists and individual to outline their strength and weakness. Developing the context of interpersonal communication will significantly allow effective communication amid individuals even when they belong from different cultural or ethnic background. Correspondingly, this was even noted that they even face ...Show more