The Impact of Effective Communication on Organizational Performance a Case Study of Deaf Reach School Sukkur

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Volume 10 - August 2021 (08)

Abstract

The current research investigates the impact of effective communication on organizational performance a case study of Deaf reach school sukkur.  In this research study it is pointed out that applying random sampling technique only used for gathering data. Among the targeted area questionnaire were distributed by keeping the size of targeted probably 50 for collecting data and adding into research.  Questionnaire is aligned in the pattern of 5-point Likert scale wise, like SA(strongly agree to SD(strongly disagree) will be applied to gather further data concerned with research from the working employees which are performing their duties in different department of NGOs. Questionnaire were pervading in two ways. Initial portion was connected with the demographic information of respondent and another part is concerned with data regarding too emotional intelligence in learning and decision making, then the data collected will be analyzed and sent through SPSS 24 Statistical software.  The results indicate that enhance the performance of staff in terms of their relationship with the various Heads of Departments, Deans of Faculties, Students and University Community as a whole. This is evident in the most of the staff both academic and non-academic staff compel with the innovations, rules, and goals lead down. The move of the University to new technology of visibility and quality assurance most of the staff have keyed in into the process of activating their email address while uploading their CVs. However, the inability to meet up with the change has put a stumbling block in their path to success. Furthermore, it is quite evident that awareness of these innovations has exposed the faculty to new ways of doing things.

Keywords

Effective Communication, Organizational 

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