Building a Diverse Workforce – Program 14
Making a Good Impression
Cross-Cultural Conflicts in Global Interviews and Recruitment
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Each program also presents critical business concepts like building trust and respect, performance appraisals, team building and leadership.
Program 14: “Making A Good Impression: Cross-Cultural Conflicts in Global Interviews and Recruitment”
As organizations become more global, the challenges of hiring employees can be magnified by cultural and national differences in approach and perception.
In particular, this scenario revolves around an older Chinese male interviewing a younger East Indian Asian woman for a job in a United States plant in Singapore. You’ll be able to explore differences in culture, gender issues and interviewing challenges.
Shruti Amin and Phil Wong
KEY LEARNING POINTS
- Understanding differences in cultures from the same geographic area, including those around gender
- Developing effective interviewing skills
- Developing intercultural awareness/understanding of intercultural communication
- Managing intercultural misperceptions and assumptions
- Developing skills to lead diverse employees
- DVD (11 Minutes)
- Comprehensive Facilitator’s Guide
This program is part of the Building a Diverse Workforce in the Global Millennium series. Discounted pricing is available on series purchase.
- Dramatic Vignettes w/Instruction
- Hiring, Interviewing Skills, and Employee Retention
- Global Diversity Series
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- Non-profit – 10%
- K-12, University and Graduate Schools – 20%
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