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Managerial responsibilities – effective communication a social status of contact for international contracts

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Organizational Culture is a collection of social norms, values and behaviors accepted by all employees of company, which are presented in their rules, habits and daily practices. Covering various aspects, also touches on ways to communicate, both within the organization and its environment. The subject matter of the text concerns the principles of effective communication as a source of success in the execution of international companies, in which people take part derived from different cultures. They will address issues of recognition of different styles of communication and barriers relative to the diverse perceptions of social status depending on the cultural model of the country concerned.
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  • Faculty of Humanities, AGH University of Science and Technology, 8a Gramatyka Str., Cracow, Poland,
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