There are a number of professions which have emerged over the several millennia of human civilisation. They would include the doctors, the engineers, the teachers, the seaman, the household help, the aviators, the civil servants, the trainers, the drivers, the sailors and the list can be nearly endless. Some are relatively silent professions because they are not expected to do too much talking. However, they all need to communicate. Illustratively, the engineers are amongst the more silent professionals. In fact, conventionally they are supposed to be weak in communication. The typology apart, there are professions where talking and communicating has a much higher requirement. Amongst this would number the teachers, the trainers and their ilk. Obviously, the requirement has led to learned researches in the act of communication and the outcome has been in the form of articles, papers and books. Like in any profession, these also have their specialised journals. Much time is spent on the art of communication and the craft thereof.
Culture of Excellence
Crafting better professions
August 1, 2021
It all begins with clarity on the sense of direction. A civil society is meant to exercise conscious choices and a sense of endeavour to all aspects of human life. It may be worthwhile to ponder about what else one needs to do, as an entity, in India to respond to these needs.
Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF
Nov. 2022 Issue
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