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    1. Propose some lessons we can learn from gender communication in business.
    2. Compare and contrast Robert's and Claudia's styles of communication. Speculate on how their communication styles impacted their handling of the situation.
    3. If you were in Robert's shoes, describe how you would deal with the situation with Claudia. Describe what you would do if you were Claudia.
    4. State whether you agree, as some people assert, that women are better at communication than men. Please defend your response with examples and address any bias that may exist.
    5. Analyze some research findings on gender communication around the world.

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    1. Propose some lessons we can learn from gender communication in business.

    The gender communication is more similar to cultural awareness that understanding differences can render successful interactions. In the noted case study, the three senior level managers entailed one female that already encountered prior incidences in differences to communicating with fellow male managers. Claudia is a prime example of corporate America diversity complex that the strategy is to either adapt or stand the ground of respect for fair representation. In the case of Claudia, the training program scenario indicated a final straw to stand on her position of reasoning to the principle to conducting business on the senior level. Try and associate the core issues of Claudia response to Robert's response at the lunch meeting, in which, the discussion of the issue continued to fester due to the lack of respect that created the issue.

    Basically, the lesson is to avoid using stereotypes, especially, for women that is consider too emotional or Robert's code words "too sensitive" when actually in analysis the lack of respect to "notifying" Claudia ahead of time that an announcement of the training program will be released from Robert's department of sales.

    2. Compare and contrast Robert's and Claudia's styles of communication. Speculate on how their communication styles impacted ...

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    Th review into gender communication core differences within the business environment.

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