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    Differences between a group and team, include an examination of the importance of workplace diversity in an organization, and how it relates to team dynamics in the workplace.

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    The differences between a group and a team are worth noting. For example, a group is when people who have similar skills as well as abilities are very committed to the leader's goal, along with wanting accountability from their leader. In other words a group does exactly what the leader requests them to do, and work together to accomplish their goals. They will do whatever it takes to achieve them. Leadership is held by one person. A group also has one ...

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    This solution provided the differences between a group and a team, workplace diversity, and how it relates to team dynamics.