The Key Attributes of the diversity competency
It is necessary first of all to understand what is meant by diversity competency and the key attributes of the diversity competency.
The diversity competency includes knowledge, skills, and abilities to value unique individual, group, and organizational characteristics, embrace such characteristics as potential sources of strength, and appreciate the uniqueness of each.
The key attributes of the diversity competency include the knowledge, skills and abilities of individuals, teams, and the organization to perform effectively.
Diversity includes many categories and characteristics. Even a single aspect of diversity contains various ...view middle of the document...
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Fully agree with you, employee’s loyalty is one of the most important and must consider factors in a successful workplace. The high employment turn over in a workplace , the less efficiency the employers gain by return.
Sprint example is a perfect example for work-life initiative in a well known and successful organization.
Hi Norma, I’d focus on the cultures competency & have one hour open discussion on the other’s cultures. In order to succeed in multi-national companies you have to be open minded person , accepting & respecting others.
• Discuss the key attributes of the self competency illustrated by Chris Tserng. with a specific example of each attribute identified.
• Provide a specific example of each attribute identified
• The self competency includes the knowledge, skills, and abilities to access personal strength and weaknesses, set and pursue professional and personal goals, balance work and personal life, and engage in new learning.
o The key attributes of the self competency include the knowledge, skills, and abilities of individual to be effective in doing the following :
• - Understanding one’s own and others’ personality and attitudes. ---
• - Perceiving, appraising, and interpreting accurately oneself and others.
• - Understanding and acting on one’s own and others’ work-related motivations and emotions.
• - Assessing and establishing one’s own developmental, personal and work related goals.
• - Taking...