How do stereotypes and selective perception act as obstacles to effective communication?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:11 am ad1c9bdddf
Stereotypes and selective perception are obstacles when it comes to effective communication. For example, a person walking down the street sees someone who is short and limping along. Immediatelly, the individual will automatically think that he or she is disabled without asking him or her. If this person ever found out, then they would become quite upset, and start yelling. As one can tell, the person who immediately started the stereotype will begin to feel ...
This solution provided reasons why stereotypes and selective perception act as obstacles to effective communication.
Cross-cultural competence in international business
Read the attached article.
Identify the definition of cross-cultural competence proposed by the authors as it applies to international business. Evaluate their proposed model for understanding how cross-cultural competence is nurtured in individuals, and explain how they link their definition to the concept of cultural intelligence. After evaluating the model, present justifications or rebuttals for its applicability to managing human resources, including identification of its strengths and weaknesses.View Full Posting Details