CASE ASSIGNMENTIn this module, you will be completing a post-experience write-up. This paper should be about 6 pages long. The purpose of this write-up is to reflect on the experience as specifically related to the concepts in this course: CQ, the components of CQ, and CQ development. It is important to fully describe both your successes and failures at building CQ capacity. The ability to recognize failure can provide valuable insights and growth. If developing one component of CQ is more difficult for you than others, it is not unusual. For example, you may understand cultural differences (cognitive) and be highly motivated to learn to lead in cross-cultural environments (motivation), but find yourself unable to change your leadership style to fit the cultural circumstances (action). Perfection is not the goal of this course—that can take years of practice. What is a more realistic goal is to become more aware of your strengths and weaknesses and make progress toward becoming more culturally competent by building on your strengths and shoring up your weaknesses.
ASSIGNMENT EXPECTATIONSYour post-experience write-up should include the following:
Assess the quality of the cultural experience as related to the assignment expectations (see Module 2)Provide a rich qualitative description of the cultural experience.Clearly and accurately relate your experience to the key concepts of the course:Cognitive (CQ Knowledge): awareness, self-awareness, knowledgeMotivation (CQ Drive): perseverance related to cultural interactionMetacognitive (CQ Strategy): active control over thinking and using cultural knowledge (e.g., questioning assumptions and/or stereotypes)Action (CQ Action): ability to adjust or adapt behaviorAssess your effectiveness in personally applying CQ concepts (honest and critical analysis of your strengths and weaknesses, successes and difficulties).Describe how what you learned through this exercise can improve your performance as a leader.Use professional-quality writing.
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