This assessment is based on the following scenario: You are the section leader

This assessment is based on the following scenario:
You are the section leader of a seven-member training and
development team within the larger human resources department of a
multinational corporation headquartered in Washington DC. All the HR
professionals are Americans who grew up in the U.S. Three of your peers
have extensive global experience; the other four have not worked outside
the U.S., nor have they ever been part of a global HR team. The
multinational corporation you work for is an engineering firm with
projects around the globe and employees over 34,000 employees from 50
nations.
Understanding how to blend global talent into teams to support an
organization’s training goals—while being mindful of cultural
dimensions, values, communication, and expectations—helps HR
practitioners take on this challenging task. Seeking to understand
biases and behaviors in our communications is critical to our cultural
awareness, whether we are based domestically or abroad. Exploring
national culture as it relates to team building in the workplace can
enhance our ability to engage employees. Inclusivity builds solid
employee relations and engagement with people from all cultures while
supporting human resource practices.Create a PowerPoint presentation of 7–10 slides, using detailed
speaker notes, to provide training to your HR team on engaging a global
workforce culture to maximize performance. Include the following:
Analyze differences in work styles between a U.S. worker and that of another country.
Demonstrate that these differences are cultural and not
performance-based by selecting a country of your choice for this
comparison.
Describe best practices for a virtual human resource team of a global workforce.
How does cultural differences influence employee management with such things as self-service tools or HR systems?
Consider practices concerning the workforce coordination with
senior leaders (executives) and the communication of labor laws with HR
peers.
Analyze the impact of cross-cultural communications on employee management.
How does personal bias or knowledge of other’s cultural
backgrounds, active listening, and forms of non-verbal communication
impact cross-cultural interactions and communications?
Provide one or two workplace examples that maximize the performance and effectiveness of a HR team.
Length: 7–10 PowerPoint slides, including title and reference slides.
Select a PowerPoint slide template appropriate for a professional presentation.
Include the content of the slides as well as the supporting narrative in the speaker’s notes.
Be sure slide content supports your main points and ideas.
Do not overbuild your slides; information that supports what you
are saying should appear at the lower portion of each slide as notes.
Note: Save your finished PowerPoint presentation in Notes view as a PDF. Instead of File > Save As, use File > Print > Adobe PDF. Look for the Settings dropdown menu to change it from slides to Notes Pages. Be sure you can see both the slides and your notes in the preview of your saved file. Upload only the PDF to this assessment.
Written communication: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly and professional. Your writing should be:
Concise and logically organized.
Free of errors in grammar and mechanics.
Validation and support: Use 2–3 relevant and credible scholarly or professional resources to support your work.
APA formatting: Format all citations and references in accordance with current APA guidelines. Refer to Evidence and APA for more information.
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Glint, Inc. (n.d.). The state of employee engagement in 2020. https://info.glintinc.com/2018_03_WP_State_of_EE_P…
INSEAD. (2016, January 18). The world’s most talent ready countries, 2015 [Video]. | Transcript YouTube.
SHRM Foundation. (2015). Engaging and integrating a global workforce [PDF]. The
Economist Intelligence Unit.
https://www.shrm.org/hr-today/news/hr-magazine/doc…
SHRM. (n.d.). Employee job satisfaction and engagement: Optimizing organizational culture for success [PDF]. https://www.shrm.org/ResourcesAndTools/business-so…
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Abramson, N. R., & Moran, R. T. (2018). Managing cultural differences: Global leadership for the 21st century (10th ed.). Routledge.
Chapters 12–17. These chapters have country information outlined by regions of the world.
Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX].
Requirements: 7-10 SLIDES   |   .ppt file