Imagine that you are in training and development for a global organization. You have been tasked with the creation of a cultural diversity training course that all employees will be required to take. Before designing the course, you must consider the ethical and cultural issues of the task.
In an eight- to ten-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages), you must address the following:
a.Examine any legal implications in creating a training course that discusses culture. Identify what laws and regulations should be considered.
b.Explain how the demographic diversity of your employees affects discussions of cultural diversity.
c.Examine which ethical implications should be considered.
d.Examine if training can be standardized for all locations in a global organization. Analyze what media is best suited for training in a global setting.
e.Provide recommendations for implementing the training course.
Cultural Diversity speaks about differences in race, ethnicity, our languages, nationality, religion, and sexual orientation within a community. A community can be a country, region or city. Cultural diversity has become a hot-button issue when applied to the workplace. These differences can bring strength to the group if it is valued and integrated into the group dynamics. However, it can take time, intent and the willingness to be open-minded and non-judgmental about the value the differences bring. It definitely takes effort to make cultural diversity strength.
Developing a diversity training program involves assessing what’s needed, designing materials that reflect the training requirements, delivering workshops and reference materials and evaluating efforts. So with that being said, I’ll start of by interviewing people, maintain focus groups or conduct online surveys to gain input about what’s going on in the environment now and what behaviors need to be changed. Things like managing change, effective communication, cultural awareness,...