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Week OneLessonWHICH CHILD ARE YOU?PictureTake a look at the attached picture.  Sterotypes and communicaiton barriers and problems human resources managers have to deal with.  Think about the word “Stereotype”. Come up with your own definition. Think about the word “Culture”. How do these words interact and define who you are? Now, look at the picture above. Disregarding gender, which child symbolizes you? Think about your workplace. Can you determine which of the children from the picture symbolize your coworkers? Taking a look at the picture, we see overachievers, lazy kids, team players, intimidated children. We often develop stereotypes based on a number of different situations that may occur. Stereotyping individuals is a common human error. Failing to notice diversity in the workplace and not approaching it with an open mind is a fundamental error. 
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  • Spring '14
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