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Works CitedAlex BossieModule 6: Option 111/3/2019 1Part 1: I will agree with the statement that “that the advantages of working in a group outweigh the disadvantages.” Most of my experiences in my career, the key to any success at that companyis working in teams. My career has been focused around aviation modification/maintenance. So, repair is often necessary by teams to solve problems. Within teams are certain task roles, which is especially true for my work. Groups in my job today are split among who are the best at building a certain section of a project. With smaller groups of around 2-4, there is usually a leader who’s tasked with multiple roles. Such as an information giver, elaborator, and administrator. This tasks usually are associated with someone knowledgeable and possess more qualifications. Anyone else in the group all take the same tasks such as information seeker and initiator.Part 2:According to the leadership style test, I tend to be a directive leader with a diverse leadership style, meaning I adapt to my group’s needs. I somewhat agree with the outcome, early in my career I was positioned as a trainer, so instruction on material that is new toothers are one of my specialties. The test also stated that I have a diverse style, which I do agree with fully. Since most everyone has a different level of skill in their work, I like to figure out the ins and outs of an individual in my group to allow for good cohesion and proper completion of a task. In good leadership, the best type of leader is one that has a diverse style. Who can not only connect with every individual of the group and be “buddy buddy” with them, also not a leader who is 100 percent focused on the end goal. A leader needs to be able to know the timesAlex BossieModule 6: Option 111/3/2019 2necessary to use a one of the few different approaches the textbooks describes. I.e.: directive, supportive, participative and achievement orientated. Part 3:1. Different people in each group whenever a new project arises. (10)2. A chain of command with be established to reduce conflict. (10)3. Negative comments will not be tolerated. (10)4. The tasks will be split up equally within entire groups, including leader. (11)5. Communicate disagreements openly. (11)6. Brainstorming meetings will happen daily, Limited to an agreed time. (11)7. Performance is graded on not only group work, but also personal. (11)8. No physical or demeaning confrontation will be allowed on work grounds. (12)9. Personal Phone use is limited to minimum use. Keep Work at work and mind focused on the day. (12)10. Organization is key, schedule, roster, goal completions are to be updated multiple time throughout the day. (12)Alex BossieModule 6: Option 111/3/2019 3Works CitedO'Hair, D., Weimann, M., Mullin, D. I., & Teven, J. (2018). Real Communication: An Introduction; Fourth Edition. Boston: Bedford/St.

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