By Donna M. Stringer
Fifty two actions for Exploring Values adjustments is a whole handbook of actions dedicated to knowing modifications in simple values and ideology. The authors have written and tailored sound, ready-to-use actions for settings the place the exploration of worth modifications will be useful: the place of work, the study room, human assets courses, ESL periods, company range education, foreign crew improvement workshops, clash administration and others. The instructions for the actions are effortless to stick with, and the worksheets should be photocopied and used with no certain permission. there's something for everybody during this e-book: those that like hands-on, useful actions; those that favor experiential routines; and people who examine most sensible in the event that they can consider principles. The actions within the e-book range in keeping with point of possibility, time required, context and workforce (individual, staff, association, U.S. variety or international).ContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroductionActivities Cultural Values2 A Jolt of Reality3 Let's Draw a House4 Time Values5 Age Case Study6 a price to D.I.E for7 function Models8 asserting It Makes It So9 businesses in Cultural Perspective10 Cross-Cultural Values11 Contrasting Values12 Origins of Cultural Contrasts13 Values of functionality Feedback14 What Do Others See?15 5 Values16 What may You Say?17 Generational Values18 group Values Assessment19 foreign Cultural Values20 paintings Values21 In My Family22 staff Commandments23 I Am24 U.S. American Values25 functionality Evaluations26 Cultural Interactions27 what's of Value?28 what's the Message?29 obvious and Invisible Values30 Similarities and Differences31 If it is a worth, what is going to You See?32 4 Case Studies33 Values in Action34 getting to know workforce Strengths and Values35 Sorting Values36 prime Values37 shopper Values38 customer support Values Survey39 Your Values Meet the Team's Values40 A Simulation: Rockets and Sparklers41 a great worker Is or Does42 My Values43 What Do They Bring?44 Behaviors i locate Difficult45 Values Line46 The tradition Compass47 Values of Conflict48 operating With Values49 best Two50 Survey Your Values51 it is a Puzzle52 Window to Our WorldAppendix A: tradition and Values NarrativeAppendix B: transformations in Cultural Values WorksheetAppendix C: Values alterations handoutAppendix D: Does the adaptation Make a Difference?Resource BibliographyAbout the Authors
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Reprinted with slight adaptation and permission from Dianne Hofner Saphiere, Barbara Kappler Mikk, and Basma Ibrahim DeVries, Communication Highwire: Leveraging the Power of Diverse Communication Styles, Intercultural Press, 2005, Activity 1, pages 15–16. 52 Ac tivities for improving cross- cultur al communic ation Copyright © Nicholas Brealey Publishing. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher. 33 Copyright © Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
Presentation of Ideas ___ task, ___ relationship, ___ process, ___ other ___ general then specific, ___ specific then general, ___ integrated, ___ specific w/o general, ___ general w/o specific, ___ other 2c. Structure of expression ___ outline, ___ storytelling, ___ stream of consciousness, ___ zig zag, ___ other Planned Look away 5b. Facial expression ___ personal, ___ familial, ___ professional, ___ political, ___ spiritual, ___ community, ___ other 7b. Level of self-disclosure Describe: Open Closed 5c.
5. codes and the assigned reactions? What did you think when your gesture met with an unexpected reaction? What issues can arise from using common gestures from your own culture in another cultural setting? What experiences have you had with unexpected reactions to a gesture? Allow people to share their information with the group. What strategies or communication techniques could be used to reduce the potential for misunderstanding? Debriefing Conclusions: 1. Gestures have arbitrary cultural meaning; the same gesture 2.
52 Activities for Improving Cross-Cultural Communication by Donna M. Stringer