Organizational comm outline

Iii body paragraph 2 topic sentence 2 organizational

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III. Body paragraph #2 – Topic Sentence #2 Organizational culture refers to the collectively held underlying beliefs, logics, and legends concerning organizational life that organizational participants learn and use to guide their behaviors. (Kreps, G.L. 2011). A. Organizational culture from pre-World War I to Operation Iraqi Freedom 1. Identify the changes that needs to happen IV. Body paragraph #3- Topic Sentence #3 Conflict in the workplace just seems to be a fact of life. We've all seen situations where different people with different goals and needs have come into conflict. And we've all seen the often-intense personal animosity that can result. The fact that conflict exists, however, is not necessarily a bad thing: As long as it is resolved effectively, it can lead to personal and professional growth. A. Identify Horizontal and Vertical Conflict resolutions. V. Body paragraph #4- Topic Sentence #4 Leadership plays a vital role in organizations. Leaders provide direction and facilitate the processes that enable organization to achieve their goals and objectives. (Zaccaro and Kilmoski, 2001) A. Identify leadership roles in the Army. VI. Body paragraph #5- Topic Sentence #5 Army leaders use a balanced mix of formal and informal counseling and learn to take advantage of everyday events to provide subordinates with feedback. Counseling opportunities
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