Which of the following are ways to improve your global and intercultural fluency?
Question 1 options:
Make new friends
Engage in friendly debate
All of the above
What is service learning?
Question 2 options:
The knowledge, skills, and motivation that enable individuals to adapt effectively in cross-cultural environments
A structured program that alternates work experiences in a career field with classes for a semester or a year to integrate classroom learning in practical work settings
Research conducted outside of a laboratory or classroom
An educational approach that combines learning objectives with community service in order to provide pragmatic, progressive learning
True or False. If an employee goes through diversity and inclusion training they have all of the information and understanding they need to navigate a culturally diverse work environment.
Question 3 options:
According to the Ted Talk with Mellody Hobson, what does it mean to be willing to have proactive, real conversations about race, with honesty, understanding, and courage?
Question 4 options:
Equality and equity
Diversity and inclusion
According to the readings, select a strategy below for communicating across cultures.
Question 5 options:
Recognize difference in communication styles and preferences
Acknowledge that cultural differences are not always obvious
All of the above
Which of the following is not an essential global/intercultural skill?
Question 6 options:
Develop cross-cultural competence
Be curious about local, regional, national, and global current events
Learn another language in order to interact with clients who speak it
Value and leverage the diverse contributions of others
Unconscious biases, also known as implicit biases, are the underlying attitudes and stereotypes that people unconsciously attribute to another person or group of people that affect how they understand and engage with a person or group. Unconscious bias impacts the filters through which you see the world around you. This bias has to be identified, acknowledged, and mitigated against.
Question 7 options:
Global and intercultural fluency is:
Question 8 options:
The understanding of different cultures and participation in their activities
The ability to speak multiple languages in order to interact with clients in other countries
The willingness to interact with people of different ages and genders
The ability to value, respect, and learn from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and religions
Which of the following is false about your worldview?
Question 9 options:
Your worldview will be identical to that of someone who was brought up similarly to you
Your worldview is shaped by your environment and experiences
Your worldview is your comprehensive conception of the world around you
Because our world is increasingly interconnected, your worldview will continually expand
Match each unconscious hiring bias with its proper definition.
5.The Halo Effect
6.The Horns Effect
7.The Contrast Effect
Question 10 options:
a) The tendency to have negative feelings about another person based on their age.
b) The tendency people have to view another person negatively after learning something unpleasant or negative about them.
c) When you compare two or more things that you have come into contact with — either simultaneously or one-after-another — causing you to exaggerate the performance of one compared to the other.
d) The tendency people have to act similar to the people around them regardless of their own personal beliefs or idiosyncrasies — also known as peer pressure.
e) The tendency people have to place another person on a pedestal after learning something impressive about them.
f) The tendency to prefer one gender over another gender.
g) The tendency to judge a person who is significantly shorter or taller than the socially-accepted human height.
h) A social behavior where people believe that attractive people are more successful, competent and qualified.
i) The inclination to draw conclusions about a situation or person based on your personal desires, beliefs and prejudices rather than on unbiased merit.
j) The tendency people have to judge and prefer people with certain types of names — typically names that are of Anglo origin.
k) The tendency people have to connect with others who share similar interests, experiences and backgrounds.
l) A phenomenon where you try to make sense of or judge a person's behavior based on prior observations and interactions you've had with that individual that make up your perception of them.
Question 1. All of the above:
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