Prepare a two- to three-page paper in APA style, sixth edition format, that describes, explains, addresses, and answers the following questions or statements.
Questions to Consider (30 points total)
Review the information in the lecture that presents mining group gold as a method for facilitating meetings. Then, after you have studied and reviewed this information, answer the following questions in a two- to three-page paper. Your paper should use APA style.
Describe and explain the five basic steps of mining group gold for its team meeting management process. (9 points)
What are the steps for dealing with emotions during a session or meeting? (9 points)
Describe and explain how you believe the mining group gold process will improve teamwork, empowerment, and effective communication. (9 points)
Include APA style in-text citations as well as a reference section. (3 points)
Upload your completed paper to the Dropbox for Week 6.
Homework submissions should be typed in Word. Use 1-inch margins with 12-point type and double spacing. Proper spelling, grammar, clarity, and APA style for a business report will be considered in addition to concepts as part of the final grade. Use subheadings to separate major sections or concepts. The final paper should be between 500 and 750 words and be two to three pages in length. Submit your paper as an attachment in the Dropbox. Remember, your submitted paper must be your own work with appropriate citations for your resources. Please be sure to include in-text (parenthetical) citations any time research is included, in APA format, as well as a list of references for all sources.
An essay is a composition that is intended to be an analytical, interpretative, original response about the topics and examples in question. An appropriate response should fully answer all questions. It should be organized, have a purpose, and contain examples to support the purpose. There should be a clear introduction, body, and conclusion. Homework should be edited for grammar, spelling, typos, and correct punctuation. The writing style should demonstrate an understanding of the material assigned and integrate multiple points of view, using vocabulary reflective of the topics discussed over the course of the week.