The Importance Of Oral Communication Skills

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Communication skill is an essential tools for the successful future career of a student. In today’s competitive world, communication skills in business are the most important quality of an educated person (Communication skills world, 2013).
Solid and effective oral communication skills help students to; improve their own academic performance, increase their employment options, upgrade their subsequent professional competence, and improve their own personal effectiveness (Oral Communication Toolkit, Griffith University, 2007).
It is generally considered that managers consisting listening, speaking, group contribution, and interaction of information as most valuable for business students in the 21st century (Porterfield & Forde, 2001: Holly
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There are many types of communication skills, but mostly it involves oral and written skills. Mohd Helmi (2005) proposes that there are three types of communication, which are interpersonal communication, management communication, and public communication (speech making). The process of communication involves four elements, these are the speaker, the receiver, communication channel and feedback. Some researchers have defined communication as verbal communication, written communication, non-verbal communication, writing, listening and giving comments (Najmuddin, 2010).
Oral communication is considered to be a core aspect of employability (Knight and Yorke, 2006) and of its importance for university students and graduates all QAA (2006) subject gathered statements also include, under transferable or non-subject specific skills, the need for students to present information
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After, management is an important part of a students’ life, therefore, development of management skills is also important for the success of the student. Listening skills are also an important that should be taught to a student. Listening skills must not only be limited to the classroom but also in a normal interaction. Students should be taught as how to give attention to a person with whom a conversation is taking place. Thus, students should be taught as how to show the other person respect when the other person is talking. This etiquette is a part of interaction in every circle of life, be it professional or personal (Communication Skills World,

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