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I also suggest looking at other fortune 500 companies and how they manage training throughout bigger organizations, companies such as Google and Johnson & Johnson. Using best practices and synergies that have worked for others, might work for Starbucks as well. Gathering a strong communication and employee education team internally at the corporate headquarters is also suggested to conduct these trainings not only in the U.S. but internationally as well. Listening and engaging the public to reform communications, social media, and training and educate employees is of utmost importance. Policy reform is necessary at this junction for Starbucks to succeed now and in the future. Starbucks should leverage its “coffee talk” over the counter to social listening to function as meaningful conversations around race and class in today’s society, then Starbucks as a brand can position itself to be a facilitator for conversations in America that are long overdue. Segal, J. (2017, Sep 28). 3 Steps for Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work. Retrieved from - work.aspx
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Relational leadership can be defined as accomplishing a goal or creating a change via the people in the organization. The goal and/or change is seen as beneficial for the common good. This thought values ethical behavior and inclusivity. Discuss how a relational leader would (1) acknowledge the diverse talents of employees, (2) trust the process to bring good thinking to the socially responsible changes that all agree are worthy goals, and (3) empower employees. Your answer should be three paragraphs in length. According to Consultantsmind.com “Relational Power: is the primary currency in large organizations. People work together, help each other out, team-up for success, forgive mistakes, and generally stick together in the organization. People are inter-related. History is shared.” 1. Relational leadership brings the greater good together, usually people work together and help each other out. If you are starting a new team a good relationship leader would set forth to bring diversity of thinking and strengths into the organization. Looking at different types of personalities and wherewithal might help to acknowledge diverse talents of the employees and how they can be successful together. Diversity and inclusion is a main factor in recognizing different talents of people from different backgrounds coming together for the better of the organization. 2. A company or organization much encourage relational leadership throughout the structure in order to succeed with this type of change. A company like Salesforce encourages social responsibility by paying employees to work in the community. According to Fortune.com “The company also ferrets out strong performers who have gone 18 months without a promotion to help them find new challenges. And employees get paid 56 hours a year to volunteer in their community.” Once an
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