Individuals in an Organization

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“Individuals in an Organization” Most importantly you need to understand what an organization is before you can determine each individual in an organization. An organization is a result of the process of organizing; dynamic system in which individuals engages in collective efforts for goal accomplishments. With that being said, each individual has something new and different experiences to bring to the organization. Just by their attitudes, beliefs, preferences, abilities, and cultural background can bring new ideas and practices to your organization. So it is important that you have a diverse workforce within your organization, because each of these individuals has something different to bring. It has been said that you spend more time at work then you spend at home with your family and friends. With that being said developing interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships with your employees is a very important asset to have in your organization. And the first thing to develop these types of relationships with your employees is communication. Communication is
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course HRM 400 taught by Professor Mrs.redman during the Spring '11 term at University of Maryland Baltimore.

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