Identify Five Roles You Play In Your Organization. What Behaviors Do They Require? Are Any Of These Roles In Conflict? If So, In What Way? How Do You Resolve These Conflicts?

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Following are the five roles that an individual can play in an organization:

- Figure head: A Figurehead is a role that is played by an employee during a ceremonial activity when he represents his company. There is no decision making in it and very little serious communication.

- Liaison: A Liaison is a role that is used for making and maintaining contact with people outside the organization. It requires strong communication skills but very little authority.

- Leader: A Leader is involved in control and coordination of work.

- Monitor: In a monitor role, an employee is responsible for continuous scanning of the external and internal environment.

- Disseminator: A disseminator is involved in transmittal of information. This involves high analytical and communication skills.

According to my knowledge none of these roles are in conflict with each other.

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Following are the five roles that an individual can play in an organization:

- Figure head: A Figurehead is a role that is played by an employee during a ceremonial activity when he represents his company. There is no decision making in it and very little serious communication.

- Liaison: A Liaison is a role that is used for making and maintaining contact with people outside the organization. It requires strong communication skills but very little authority.

- Leader: A Leader is involved in control and coordination of work.

- Monitor: In a monitor role, an employee is responsible for continuous scanning of the external and internal environment.

- Disseminator: A disseminator is involved in transmittal of information. This involves high analytical and communication skills.

According to my knowledge none of these roles are in conflict with each other.

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