MbN_partner-cultural-awareness

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ASSESS YOUR PARTNER CULTURAL AWARENESS Managing by Network
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Partner Culture Awareness Acknowledges, understands, respects and communicates respective partners’ cultures that are based upon: [Part one] missions practices people governance traditions financial structure and capacity and institutional histories
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Baseline Evaluation How do you evaluate your understanding of partner cultural awareness? Use the following chart to assess your knowledge.
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Partner How would you rate your level of communication with the decision- maker(s) of this partner? How would you rate your level of understanding of the mission or goal(s) of this partner? How would you rate your level of understanding of the time, expertise, and resources this partner? What level of importance will your partner place on the goal of your network initiative? Not yet established Poor Good Excellent Poor Good Excellent
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Unformatted text preview: Poor Good Excellent Relationship Builder Operational Benefit Strategic Importance Not yet established Poor Good Excellent Poor Good Excellent Poor Good Excellent Relationship Builder Operational Benefit Strategic Importance Partner Culture Awareness Finds ways that: partners cultures can contribute to strengthen the mutual endeavor values the difference finds ways to integrate these differences into a workable operating culture for the overall partnership [Part Two] Discussion Describe three cultural assets of one partner that serve to strengthen collaboration? How do you express the value of these assets to your colleagues and to your partners? Cultural Assets: missions practices people governance traditions financial structure and capacity and institutional histories...
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