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Formulate a proposal to your supervisor that includes a “Communication Contract” based on the article from your required readings, “The Communication Contract and Its Ten Ground Clauses.” In your proposal you should explain why you believe this contract is important for your team. You will need at least five clauses in your contract. Make sure your proposal includes critical thinking when you are presenting why you believe this contract is important to your organization.
Your paper must be 5-6 pages in length. Follow APA format, Use two outside academic sources