By Donna M. Stringer
Ultimately, a whole handbook of actions dedicated to values exploration. The authors have written and tailored sound, ready-to-use actions for settings the place the exploration of price ameliorations will be important: the office, the school room, human assets courses, ESL periods, company range education and others.
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As you listened to other groups reporting? 3. What personal values do you hold that are different from those of your country of origin? What values do you hold that have been challenged during this activity? 4. What have you learned? 5. How can you apply what you learned to your workplace? Debriefing Conclusions 1. Although culture-specific values and behaviors may be identifiable, there are also individual differences within any cultural group. 2. When individuals from two or more countries work together, they may contribute different culturally based work values.
What have you learned? What potential conflicts did you identify? 5. How can you use what you learned in your everyday work life? What specific tools or strategies were you able to identify to avoid or reduce conflicts? Chapter 20: Work Values 63 64 Chapter 21: In My Family Debriefing Conclusions 1. Early lessons from our family and our earliest work experiences help to shape our work values. 2. We each bring our values to work. When our values differ from the values of others at work, conflicts may result.
Seattle, Washington, 1989. Work L–M P, T, D, M Time Required 60 minutes (30 minutes for small-group discussion; 30 minutes for large group discussion and debriefing) Objectives 1. To identify how the value of respect was defined behaviorally in each participant's family 2.
52 Activities for Exploring Value Differences by Donna M. Stringer