Leadership Styles and Workplace Diversity
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The paper discusses the communication differences between men and women and reveals that due to this, many women are overlooked for promotions and other issues in which they are extremely well-qualified. The paper studies workplace diversity and looks at the issue of conflict through workforce diversity. The paper also discusses the issue of strategy for innovation and change. The paper asserts that these issues can meet with success for a company that is willing to put the time and effort into making sure that the workforce is properly diversified and decisions are made on an appropriate level and time schedule.
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