In this paper, I would like to consider organizational communication and its components. As a matter of fact, organizational communication is a set of communications, built on the basis of communication, mediated by information about the organization, its goals and objectives. In turn, interpersonal communication is a verbal communication between people in one of the listed species. Interpersonal communication covers communication within the organization between different levels and departments. Formal communication is communication, defined organizational structure, relationship management levels and functional departments. It is essential to note that the higher the level of management, the higher the probability of mispresentation of information, because each level of management can adjust and filter original message. It can be said that the nature of interpersonal relations is significantly different from the nature of social relations, as well as their most important specific feature – the emotional basis. Therefore, interpersonal relationships can be considered as a factor in the psychological climate of the organization or a group. Emotional basis of interpersonal relationships means that they arise and develop on the basis of certain feelings that are born from people, who are in relation to each other. It should be noted that the communication process is a process of the exchange of information between two or more people. Its main goal is to ensure the transfer of information and understanding, which is the subject of exchange. If mutual understanding is not achieved, communication would not take place, which implies that both parties played an active role in it. The communication process is a set of elements of this interaction. There are four basic elements of the communication process: sender - the person who generates the idea or collects information and transmits it; message - information directly; channel - a means...
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