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Are there any ramifications of a leader who had good internal communications but poor external communications and vice versa? Please help me discuss this at length. Thanks!

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The ramifications of a leader who has good internal communications but poor external communications are that the leader will be able to work well within the group that they are working in. However, when it comes time to presenting the necessary information to individuals outside the individual ...

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