Though everyone communicates, not everyone communicates effectively.
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Use this lesson to understand everyday barriers to effective communication.
Communication "noise" can cause the receiver to misunderstand or misinterpret the intended message. Noise is anything that interferes with the communication process. Some examples of communication noise are:
We have trained ourselves to eliminate or reduce the more obvious and common types of communciation noise, but may need help identifying the more subtle ones.
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