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Communication Competence of the Professionals from India & Turkey

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 51 Issue 3

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: Reeta Raina, Asif Zameer | Author(s) Affiliation: Professors, FORE School of Management, New Delhi, India
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Abstract

This paper studies the communication competence of the working professionals from India and Turkey. Both these countries have fast growing young populations and rapidly developing economies. There are significant differences between Indian and Turkish respondents, however. Indians perceive that they are easy to talk to, would not argue just to prove they are right, ignore others feelings, do not make unusual demands on their friends and think that they are effective conversationalists, likable people and flexible. Turkish respondents treat people as individuals, are good listeners, their personal relationships are cold and distant, they try to understand other people and listen to what people say to them.

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