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    African Americans that Aid Workplace Skills

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    An organizational culture is often formed through the many different people that make up the company. These diverse traits may be your race, ethnicity, gender, age, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, ability, etc. Take some time to think about your own cultural background (black) and how this can add to your work culture. Try to not focus on just one aspect of yourself, but try to utilize as many cultural elements as possible. Also, address why culture is important in communication. How does your culture affect your communication with others in the workplace?

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    From the standpoint of any culture including the African American culture, we would want to focus on the aspects that make our culture ours. This discussion for any culture would focus on the traits and elements brought into your family by your grandparents and great grandparents. Our grandparents and great grandparents are usually the greatest bearers of both our family history and our unique cultural elements, in most families Being African American can add to your work culture in several ways. Characteristically, African Americans are known for hard work and for being able to work monotonously - in routine positions without much trouble. This stems from cultural history because many African Americans worked in various types of fields, which was very monotonous work. This also ...

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    This solution discusses cultural traits of African Americans that aid workplace skills and abilities. An extensive discussion is provided.