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MGMT 310 Week 4 GP

Communications everyone has their style and

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Communications Everyone has their style and preference when it comes to communications. In diverse organizations, not everyone will have the same communication approach and leaders should consider how they can utilize the expertise of each person matching the comfort of their communications with their role and value to the organization Trus t Developing and cultivating trust in diverse teams is a keystone to successful teams. There are two elements in building and growing trust. The first is overcoming Building a consensus  discussion on the values of  such an organization
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Flat World Solutions. (n.d.). Handling Geographically and Culturally  Diverse Teams. Retrieved from http:// www.flatworldsolutions.com/articles/geographic-cultural-team-diversity.ph Rosener, J. (1994, May 08). Corporate survival demands full use of a  diverse work force. Los Angeles Times (Pre-1997 Fulltext).  Retrieved from  http://search.proquest.com/docview/282259984?accountid=144459 N.A. (2013) Managing a Geographically Dispersed Team. Retrieved  from http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMM_40.htm N.A. (2000) Building Consensus.  Retrieved from  http://www.axisperformance.com/T12cnsns.html References
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