The difference in gender roles has become one of the most controversial issues in the society, therefore, warranting the attention of not only corporate management but also the attention of the legal and media…
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Griffith & Goodwin (2012) observe that the childhood behavioral patterns are carried onto the workplace culture. Segregation between the male and female groups is also a characteristic that is evident in the workplace. Men form more cohesive groups that are greatly concerned with competition and turf protection (Griffith & Goodwin, 2012). Women groups on the other hand are less cohesive but demonstrate high levels of democracy and avoidance of confrontation (Griffith & Goodwin, 2012). These characteristics are very applicable in solution development and conflict management within the organization.
From the above discussion, male employees are less likely to resort to democracy compared to female employees. In the occurrence of a problem that requires a solution; male employees are more likely to resort to fast solution development choices that will not require extensive consultancy techniques. However, the female trait in avoiding confrontations would lead to the development of the fairest and most democratic choice of solution, with the aim of providing the most satisfactory solution (Griffith & Goodwin, 2012).
Indeed the gender role in the workplace influences decision making processes and most especially in problem solving situations. The discussion concludes that male employees are less likely to go for an extensive problem inquiry compared to their female
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This diversity and flexibility is essential for an organization’s survival and growth as it ensures that there is an adequate space for blending and forming of working teams that are a strong-point both within the organization’s structure as well as serving as an incubator for creativity and innovation within the organization.
It is necessarily difficult to give concrete examples of gender communication being more similar than different, because it is generally easier to disprove than prove something, but two personal conversations in which I took part are good examples of how shared experience facilitates communication better than shared gender – and that, equally, different experiences hinder communication.
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The findings show both women and men having some differences and similarities in decision-making aspects and process. Vast differences have always existed between genders, the most perceptible being the physical difference. In recent times, gender equality has grown and people have shifted to seeing women and men as equal beings thus creating an erroneous perception and view that both genders are equal.
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According to the literature of Ury, he provides a concise, proven strategy, and step by step strategies for concluding mutually acceptable principles in every kind of conflict. Whether involving neighbors, children, parents, employees, corporation or even the customers.
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