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Study on heredity value in communication skills, for improving individual performance in the workplace

By Bratu Mihaela Laura and Miricescu Dan

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Effective communication is the wish of every intelligent organization. In today’s society, modern communication means saved time, reduced costs, multiplied resources. Communication can be improved early in the development. Heredity of communication can be an excuse, a brake but also a mean of focus personal resources early in child development. To establish the link between communication and heredity was conducted a study at a nursery school in Sibiu. It have been questioned a number of 98 adults and 45 children, using questionnaires for the evaluation of social and communication skills, attention to detail and distributive, and tolerance to change, carried out by researchers from United Kingdom. Adults who have significant problems of communication, have children with communication problems. The results slightly above average obtained by some adults do not always correlate with slightly different results of the children. Another conclusion is that communication ability has a social and cultural coordinated. The correlations have been established between the responses of children and adults, but cannot identify precisely, slightly above average for the cases, which is the incidence of occurrence of communication problems

Topics: Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1051/matecconf/201712107002
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:e0f9a6757cfb4e2aad02629712142de3
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