PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS and ACTION PLAN

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After reviewing and analyzing your assessment scores, reflections, and feedback, write a 2-3-page double-spaced plan. Please cover the following items thoroughly, demonstrating good critical thinking, insight, and effort (Please include the headings for each question.)

  • SUMMARY: Based on the review of your assessment results and early class activities and exercises please summarize:
    • What you have learned in the course about intercultural competence and global leadership. 

    • What you want to learn. 

  • PERSONAL STRENGTHS: What are your personal strengths in the skill areas we have studied? Use the feedback from your assessments and simulations to support your analysis. 

  • PERSONAL WEAKNESSES: What are your personal weaknesses in these skill
areas? Use the feedback from your assessments and simulations to support your analysis. 

  • ACTION PLAN: Write a thorough action plan to improve one of your major
weaknesses. What specifically will you do to develop this weakness by the end of the course? Why are you choosing this goal? Action plans should be specific and measurable and include a deadline. Here’s a good example: 
“I am going to take a more active role in team meetings because this is important in my work role. I will volunteer to be the team facilitator in at least one meeting during this semester. In all other meetings, I am going to make at least two process interventions to help the team function more effectively. To prepare myself, I am going to carefully observe other students who are excellent leaders, and I will read two articles on team leadership. I will also design an evaluation form on my team participation and ask my team to use it to evaluate me after the meeting I facilitate. Based on their feedback, I will continue working on possible weak areas during the rest of this course.”

5. PRACTICAL TAKE-AWAYS: When you find yourself in intercultural settings in the future, how are you planning to behave differently as a result of this course? In other words, what are your biggest practical take-aways about intercultural competence and global leadership?

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School: Cornell University

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Username1

Intercultural competence
Student’s name
Professor’s name
Course
Date

Username2

Intercultural competence
Summary
Intercultural competence is one of the essential aspects that every student need to learn. With the
increased level of globalization, it is critical for students to learn how to relate to others from
different cultural backgrounds. Throughout the semester, I have tried to learn more about
intercultural competence as well as global leadership. In that light, I learned that intercultural
competency is cognitive of activities, behaviors, and actions that result in effective and appropriate
communication with people from different cultural backgrounds. Over the years, people have tried
to improve on the way they relate with one another. This is because it is likely to promote peace
and harmony in society. I learned that one of the ways of promoting intercultural competency is
through understanding the different types of cultures that exist in the world. Such aspect will enable
me to understand the importance of that culture a...

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awesome work thanks

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