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Ethical Implications of Cultural Abuse

Consider the role cultural stigmas play regarding how leaders and managers communicate with and react to a diverse workforce. Consider the importance of diversity training for leaders, managers, and employees. Further, consider how sociocultural factors related to leaders, managers, and employees help or hinder functionally effective communications. Finally, there is the ethical consideration of determining whether a leader or manager's use of power to gain compliance is acceptable.

Research the ethical implication of cultural abuse. Based on your research, respond to the following:

•Explain the ethical implications of cultural abuse of leader/manager power. Your response should not simply state whether cultural abuse of power is ethical or unethical but also include the underlying theoretical premise that justifies your position as well as personal experiential examples.

•Briefly discuss how diversity might influence (hinder or aid) such abuse.

•Research trade journals and academic peer-reviewed journals to support your arguments.

Write a 3-4-page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

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Ethical Implications of Cultural Abuse
Consider the role cultural stigmas play regarding how leaders and managers communicate with and react to a diverse workforce. Consider the importance of diversity training for leaders, managers, and employees. Further, consider how sociocultural factors related to leaders, managers, and employees help or hinder functionally effective communications. Finally, there is the ethical consideration of determining whether a leader or manager's use of power to gain compliance is acceptable.
Research the ethical implication of cultural abuse. Based on your research, respond to the following:

•Explain the ethical implications of cultural abuse of leader/manager power. Your response should not simply state whether cultural abuse of power is ethical or unethical but also include the underlying theoretical premise that justifies your position as well as personal experiential examples.

Cultural abuse in organizations can arise from a lack of leadership in regard to organizational control as well as a lack of focus on diversity in a globalized 21st century economy. Companies that don't employ diversity training and engage in multiculturalism will still employ managers that may engage in cultural abuse of different races, which is in defiance of Equal ...

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