Reflection Paper On A3F

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Claudia Smith
A3F Competence Paper I never realized our the importance pf how I engage within my work environments and a grouo until I tool this class. I have been operating on the defense and blaming people from not seeing things through my lense. Years of working with families and children as well as team groupo settings had added a level of stress to me that is insane. I would always wonder why arer people doing certain things are choosing to express themsleves in certain ways. Now that I have taken this class and through the rradings and grooup assignments I have discovered that this is a necessary process when working woth different people in different settings. My cultural orinetations have been a true shock to me since starting
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I have had many road blocks and at times issues with comprehension and completion of task. I alos had alot of anxiety working within the group because of my poreconceive notions that I thought people would have about me. The funny thing is no one even made me feel that way but brought those feelings on myself. When I first met with my group I was so scared because of the unknown and I was aware that everyone would be bringing something to the groupo but I didn’t know what my coontribution would be initally. So I was very obserservant during my first group encounter and I mainly listened. After the ball started rolling and the conference call started and the deadlines needed to be met that’s when I really seen how a few of my orinetations were impactful to the group and also how I handle issues within my work environment. One orientation that stood out the most for me was my ability to be Fixed which means I need to follow schedules and manage time precisely. Now for me this was something new because although I would complette tasks within my work …show more content…
According to the cultural navigator people in the U.S. business world feel that the expression “nobody is above the law” applies to corporate human resources policies as well. Historically, the United States was founded on the concept that all are created equal, and that laws should apply evenly to everyone, a universalistic attribute that translates to U.S. business values as well. My COI correlates with the same notins as most americans according to the cultural navigator. My sense of obligation is primarily tied to rules and not to individuals. I have little tolerance for making exceptions to these rules and principles, and you expect people to submit to general guidelines. I believe that everyone has essentially the same rights and responsibilities, regardless of particular circumstances. I strongly dislike favoritism and value fairness as an essential component of integrity and professionalism. The COI report acording to the cultural navigator states that Australians believe in a universalistic orientation in the workplace. They place value on laws governing equal rights and negatively react to abuses of power.our business interactions usually conform to a solid base of principles. I on other hand beilve that judgments and actions are guided by an abstract sense of fairness and right and wrong. I associate fairness with a

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