What cultural competencies should a global leader possess?

Key Resources to Support Learning

The following are examples of some of the sources that you may want to consider. Remember though that there are many different sources of information, so be creative. Using the varied resources of the university library is strongly recommended.
You will also need to access sources relating specifically to your chosen conference topic.

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Halstead ,J. Mulraine,C Littleford, D. (2004) (Palgrave Study Guides) Career Skills: Opening Doors into the job market

Bradbury, A. (2006) Successful Presentation Skills. 3rd ed Kogan Page

Bright, J and Earl, J (2005) Brilliant CV: what employers want to see and how to say it 2nd ed.

Trought, F. (2012) Brilliant Employability Skills. How to stand out from the crowed in the graduate job marker, Harlow. Pearson.
Schneider, S.C. & Barsoux, J.L. (2003) Managing Across Cultures. 2nd ed. FT Prentiss hall. Harlow.
Browaeys, M. J & Price, P (2008) Understanding Cross-Cultural Management. FT Prentice Hall, Harlow.
Whetten, D A & Cameron, K S (2007), 7th edition, Developing Management Skills: International Edition, Pearson Higher Education.
Journals. Available in the online resources via the library & the Emerald data base.
Industrial & Commercial Training.
Education & Training.
Cross Cultural Management.
If you are uncertain how to access the online journals, the library staff are very happy to help.

Key Resources to Support Learning

The following are examples of some of the sources that you may want to consider. Remember though that there are many different sources of information, so be creative. Using the varied resources of the university library is strongly recommended.
You will also need to access sources relating specifically to your chosen conference topic.

click here for more information on this paper

Halstead ,J. Mulraine,C Littleford, D. (2004) (Palgrave Study Guides) Career Skills: Opening Doors into the job market

Bradbury, A. (2006) Successful Presentation Skills. 3rd ed Kogan Page

Bright, J and Earl, J (2005) Brilliant CV: what employers want to see and how to say it 2nd ed.

Trought, F. (2012) Brilliant Employability Skills. How to stand out from the crowed in the graduate job marker, Harlow. Pearson.
Schneider, S.C. & Barsoux, J.L. (2003) Managing Across Cultures. 2nd ed. FT Prentiss hall. Harlow.
Browaeys, M. J & Price, P (2008) Understanding Cross-Cultural Management. FT Prentice Hall, Harlow.
Whetten, D A & Cameron, K S (2007), 7th edition, Developing Management Skills: International Edition, Pearson Higher Education.
Journals. Available in the online resources via the library & the Emerald data base.
Industrial & Commercial Training.
Education & Training.
Cross Cultural Management.
If you are uncertain how to access the online journals, the library staff are very happy to help.

Understanding your assessment responsibilities

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The titles for this year is:
What cultural competencies should a global leader possess?
Individual Written Assessment

The written assessment component for this module consists of one piece of individual coursework. The assessment will enable you to demonstrate your in depth understanding and development of the central issues of the topic you chose as your conference topic.
You will produce a written consideration of 2000 words, +/- 10%. Work should be bound, word processed and Harvard referenced.
Assessment Criteria: Written Assignment.
39% or less. (Fail) Major deficiencies or omissions in work. Little or no evidence of having completed the research required. Little or no grasp of the requirements of the work in terms of the topic. Major improvements would be needed, including its presentation and content to meet the learning outcomes of the module. Work overall is poorly presented. None, or very little theoretical material included. Referencing skills deficient. Does not meet the required standard.
40-49% There are some omissions or inaccuracies in the content. Does not demonstrate a full understanding of the topic. There is limited grasp of the key concepts There is scope for considerable improvements in the standard, including presentation and format. Weaknesses in referencing.
50-59% Demonstrates some understanding of the requirements of the research, but limited inclusion of theoretical material. Work is of a reasonable standard, including its presentation and format. Reasonable referencing. Some room for improvement.
60-69% A comprehensive piece, which includes good evidence of having participated in the module. Solid evidence of commitment to research of the topic, with some sound evaluative content. Good integration of theoretical material. Presentation is of a very good standard. Sound grasp of the requirement of the assessment. Referencing of a good standard.
70%+ Very comprehensive piece & includes comprehensive evidence of having participated in the module. Full integration of theoretical material. Presentation of excellent standard. Excellent referencing demonstrated. Demonstrates extensive knowledge and understanding of the topic, supported by evidence of wide range of reading from a variety of sources.

 
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