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Communication Process Week Five
University of Phoenix Week Four
CJA/440-Organizational Behavior and Management
Group Number - SC06BCJ02
Instructor: Mike Raneses, MPA
July 31, 2007
Describe the communication climate in your organization as a whole?
The climate as it is stated in the question is, exceptionally cooled at this new job. I have yet to warm up and ask the pertinent questions that need to be asked, but, there is a time and a place for everything. I warm up to others pretty quickly and am able to get my job done with the best care that I know I can give, it is what I excel at and I know that I am good at.
What are the strengths and weaknesses of your organization's communication?
The strengths and weaknesses of any establishment are only as good or bad as the individuals that work there.
If you have an open communication policy where your employees may come to you and voice their likes as well as dislikes you have a communication process that is a give and take procedure that in turn makes for a more workable environment for everyone as a whole.
The strengths of my work environment is that I get to make most of the decisions as I see proper for my patient, for the most part that is.
On bigger decisions that are family matters I do not include myself in. The weakness in this particular line of work is that I work alone usually and I will be coming up against a group of family members that I need to first show some evidence of whatever it is I am wanting to accomplish and I make sure it is always geared towards the patient and their needs.