Managerial Communication

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MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION

Managerial communication cannot exist without management. It is a major, fundamental component of the latter. Each evolution stage of management determined specific forms of managerial communication. Due to the fact that the manager's attributions are varied and Managerial communication cannot complex (as administrator, he organizes process at an organizatorical level, as leader, makes decisions, as entrepreneur takes action at the right moment for the good functioning of the organization), managerial communication becomes a real force, occupying a central place in the activity of any manager. It is compulsory that every manager develops and promotes a policy based on communication which permits him the permanent adjustment of the structure and organizational system to the changing conditions inside and outside the organization. Moreover, through his role of negotiator, of promoter of the organizational policy and its transmitter, the manager has to put together and maintain an entire network of contacts with the organization's partners, for the realization of external policies and an informational network useful for the maintenance of internal politics. In conclusion, modern management places a special emphasis on communication, as a vital component of the managerial system of any organization, either in the private sector (under the jurisdiction of private management) or in the public sector (public management). Managerial communication is a subdivision of interhuman communication, a leadership tool with the help of which the manager exerts his specific attributions: planning, training, organization, coordination, control, evaluation . As part of the leadership process (Henry Fayol added communication to planning, prevision, organization and command as one of the fundamental elements of management) , through which the manager understands subordinates making himself understood to them, managerial communication is oriented not only towards the transmission of messages, but also towards changing mentalities and their psychological adaptation to the institution's objectives. Managerial communication represents an auxiliary to management, placing in circulation information about decision results, which return to the decision centre, this making possible the action comming to terms with objectives and results with planning.The importance of communication in organizations is owed also to the complex character that this process has at this level. Thus, in every organizational framework there are numerous communication networks, that is groups of communication channels in specific configurations which all form the communicational system. That is why communications have a big role in the decisional frame, of amplifying relationships between group components, of consolidating their cohesion. Managers fulfill 3 categories of roles: interpersonal, informational and decisional . Among these, informational roles, monitor, difusor, and spokesman, are those which define communication, but the informational character can be identified in the other roles also. Depending on the hierarchical level that the person occupies, communication might take 80% of his time. In conclusion, communication is everything in management, as long as on the quality of communication depends the understanding of each employee's problems, from manager to the clerk on the lowest hierarchical position. The durability of realtionships between them, the capacity of the manager to motivate and lead his subordinates but also the relations with the external environment of the organization are very important elements, from which precious information can be extracted for the well functioning of activities. One of the important components of management is represented by the exchange of informations and messages between the manager of the...
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