Global Diversity (Workshop)

Lecturer (assistant)
  • Maria Prahl
Duration1.5 SWS
TermSommersemester 2021
Language of instructionEnglish
Position within curriculaSee TUMonline

Dates

Admission information

Objectives

In the workshop we will - individually deal with our own cultural background and its impact on intercultural collaboration - Analyze the role and tasks of team leaders in an intercultural context - Develop strategies for case studies in international teams. After this workshop you will - be able to analyze situations of your professional life in an international team - know strategies to deal with

Description

Collaboration in international teams is becoming a crucial everyday part of working environments. It brings numerous benefits, but can also lead to misunderstandings, confusions and conflicts that can hinder productivity. The aim of the training is to prepare participants for teamwork from an intercultural perspective and especially to reflect the influence of diversity on the team process in international teams. To achieve this goal, we will work with science-based models, short lectures and numerous exercises with a strong focus on the relevance for your professional and daily life.

Prerequisites

none

Teaching and learning methods

The workshop will be a mix of input, case studies, discussions and group work.

Examination

Active participation, Short Presentation (group work), Learning summary (2 pages) (ECTS: 2) Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist folgenden Modulen zugeordnet: CLA20710 Global Diversity Training (2 Credits) Bitte beachten Sie, dass Sie jedes Modul nur einmal in Ihrem Studium einbringen können

Recommended literature

Gardenswartz, L./Rowe, A. et al. (2003): The Global Diversity Desk Reference. Managing an International Workforce, Pfeifer, San Francisco.

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