What’s Missing from the Conversation: The Growth Mindset in Cultural Competency by Rosetta Lee on 8/31/2015 6:24 PM - See more at: http://www.nais.org/Independent-Ideas/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=467&_cldee=dmFodWphQGdkcy5vcmc=#sthash.7eqin56l.dpuf
Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.
Several weeks ago we shared an infographic on social media highlighting the importance of cross cultural competence in project management. The infographic received quite a bit of attention, so we’ve brought it back for you here by popular request! Inspiration for this infographic came from a piece Aperian Global’s Director of Consulting in APAC, Christie [...]
Iceberg Concept of Culture- I use this for so many activities in class. Primarily, I use it for students to analyze elements of culture found in literature, movies, and art. It helps them seem deeper than the surface levels of culture.