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Define the concept of grace. Under what conditions and in what relationships showing grace is appropriate and inappropriate?
Weegy: Grace is to honor or to credit someone, to give courteous goodwil to someone. In relationships, it may mean patience and understanding touched with a bit of forgiveness. This trait works on nice people. [ On very mean and caustic people, it can be taken advantage of. ] (More)
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Under what conditions and in what relationships showing grace is appropriate and inappropriate?
Weegy: Grace consists in his love, mercy, and condescension toward his children. All things that exist are a manifestation of the grace of God. [ [ The Creation of earth, the atonement of Christ, the plan of our salvation, the future kingdoms of glory, the supreme gift of Eternal life - all of these things come by the grace of God. Grace comes as we ourselves conform to righteousness. ] (More)
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Which of the following is a factor that companies should carefully manage in order to increase the likelihood that teams will succeed? the selection and training of team members the setting of team goals and priorities team compensation structural accommodations all of these
Weegy: Inclusion. Employees need to know that their voices are being heard by upper management. Employees understand that they cannot get everything they want, but they want to know that they are a part of the engine that propels the company's success. [ When management is arrogant or simply does not care about the welfare of their employees, ultimately the employees will stop caring about the company. Your choice of the word "team" is exactly how a company should operate, and the smaller teams inside the company is no different. Good employees are much moe productive than unhappy ones, and if a team manager is smart he will present to management some sort of employee morale boost through a motivation idea that results in a win for employee, employer and ultimately the entire company. Hope this helps! ] (More)
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Which of the following is one of the stages that teams pass through as they develop and grow, rather than decline? (Points : 5) de-norming de-storming de-forming performing reforming
Weegy: As teams develop and grow, they pass through four stages of development: forming, storming, norming, and performing. Therefore the answer is performing.ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w813743/300chapter10.html (More)
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