1. Communicating: explicit vs implicit
  2. Evaluating: direct negative feedback vs indirect negative feedback
  3. Persuading: deductive vs inductive
  4. Leading: egalitarian vs hierarchical
  5. Deciding: consensual vs top down
  6. Trusting: task vs relationship
  7. Disagreeing: confrontational vs avoid confrontation
  8. Scheduling: structured vs flexible

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