Effective communication as an effective mechanism within civil society organizations

   Interactive communication process communication is between two receiver and through certain message via special mediator whether media such as radio, television, press that indirectly or directly face to face.

And as we find a prominent public relations liaison contact types within the different community organizations and associations of this type of activity typically means belonging to the organization that you set up and designed and implemented, so this means to achieve the objectives of the Organization in the first place.
Since the objectives vary from one organization to another, as well as different
This means that different organizations that applied and the objectives, as well as those means differ depending on the nature of the Organization.

   Public Relations Department must work within the Web site design and advertising the address of these sites to allow different audiences to visit and view the data and information and news about the Organization and its services, and is a guide to the visitor can see Everything about the Organization and its goals and its products.

  But our today in desperate need of effective communication is called lallgdal and non-dialog actor who breaks the relationships between the various members of the organization which are working for the collective interest does not own this hand and on the other the various activities that gather them in collective action and that all of them must be broken Problems and obstacles standing then search this by applying an efficient dialogue communication mechanisms and good debate between them despite the divergence of views, adding to the argument that no manners towards collective hurt pretty impersonal to the collective interest and success for all group members.

     And of what was said about communication and dialogue:

              Not listening or inability to listen to others, the problem among humans, and since our youth not used proper dialogue and never learn, in General, the proper foundations for dialogue. People who listen to the other ones who are good at how they hear what they want to hear from others to communicate with him properly. Unless we get the ability to listen to others we can't reason with him.

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