Cultures dont like it when you put your feet up so

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cultures don’t like it when you put your feet up so that they can see the bottom of your shoes, and I try not to ever do that so I don’t offend them. So, I do make efforts on beliefs others have that I feel are appropriate and align with my own beliefs but I will not accept their beliefs if they go against morality, or American laws. Weakness A weakness I have would be having to study other cultures beliefs if I had to travel to their country or if assigned to work remotely with them on line or something. This would take time to learn their values and rules and laws and religion ect… “While metacognitive CQ focuses on higher-order cognitive processes, cognitive CQ reflects knowledge of the norms, practices and conventions indifferent cultures acquired from education and personal experiences. This includes knowledge of the economic, legal and social systems of different cultures and subcultures (Triandis, 1994) and knowledge of basic frameworks of cultural values (e.g., Hofstede, 2001). Those with high cognitive CQ understand similarities and differences across cultures (Brislin et al., 2006).” (Cultural intelligence, 2007). I would be more than willing to do this if I had to but my weakness is I have no desire to do so unless told to and it required so. It’s not that I’m lazy it’s just that there are to many cultures with different variations of rules, religion, beliefs etc.. Heck, look at America as a whole and look at all the different beliefs Americans have. Republicans want smaller government and the people to run the country as intended by the constitution. Democrats want a bigger government and to burn the constitution and bring in Socialism or Nazism and throw away what America was built on. Look at all the different religions, Christians have multiple variations, so does Islam, etc… It’s hard enough to keep American laws, religion, beliefs and policies straight not alone to try and add in other cultures just for fun.
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DELETED DUE TO TURN IT IN REPORT 5 How does this assessment complement what else you have learned in this module (from the readings, Case, Discussion)? Is this a trick question? Case 1 instructions said to do the SLP first, I have not done the CASE 1 or the class discussions yet per the instructions given. But in respect of the readings I did like a few areas in the Cultural intelligence reading, “Since expectations for performing role prescribed behaviors often differ across cultures, we propose that all four dimensions of CQ will enhance cognitive understanding, motivation and behavioral enactment of role expectations.” (Cultural intelligence,2007). You can see a huge difference in cultures if you visit a GM Plant and a Honda Plant, the GM Plant has a union and workers can tend to be lazy and the management will not be able to discipline the lazy workers, while the Honda Plant will actually get every second of paid work at its full value from its employees. If they slack off they will just be fired and replaced.
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