Read the following questions. Write the answers to the questions, review your work, and submit your answers. Integrate the key concepts and key terms from this lesson into your answers.The answer to each question should be approximately 6 to 10 sentences in length. You should write your responses in complete sentences free of spelling and grammatical errors. Please type your answers in a Word document and then paste your answers below each question in the space provided.Before completing this assignment, review the Grading Rubric.Review the text box “Sample Meeting Agenda” on page 237 and “Making Meeting Agendas Useful” on page 236 of your textbook. Create and submit an agenda that focuses on a group discussing information for a meeting with your classmates about the concepts covered in Lesson 7.Explain what leadership style you would implement in the meeting with your classmates and why.Imagine you are writing a short email to another coworker regarding how to develop an effective agenda. Draft that email below. In your email, be sure to explain what it takes to write an effective agenda based on key concepts for effective group communication and describe the parts that could be included. Make sure you provide examples for each section.Based on the lesson, the textbook, and the creation of your agenda discuss what you think are the two most important strategies for structure and interaction for helping a group accomplish its meeting its meeting goals. Give specific examples.One member of your group continues to pull the discussion off track, and he or she doesn’t seem to be able to focus on the topics the agenda covers. As the group leader, what strategies would you use to keep the meeting on schedule and still have effective group communication? Give specific examples and use key terms from the lesson.