Intersection of Diversity, Globalization and Cultural Awareness
There is diversity in the workers’ safety and health in organizations globally (Vlados et al., 2018). Diversion involves the quality or practice of involving or including people from various ethnic and social backgrounds and sexual orientations or different genders. Diversity in technology facilitates more production due to globalization and cultural awareness creating international influence by the organization, or the business entails creating a competitive advantage over other companies.
The Economic growth
Economics involves diversity whereby various people from various countries perform the same economic activities. The cultural practices influence economic development, whereby some people may not consume some products or services that the organization has developed.
Politics are diverse from one country to another, where various political policies are developed and implemented. Additionally, cultural practices influence the type and form of leadership which exists in a given country. Some political decisions affect the international operations, level such as political decisions of powerful nations.
Effects in the Workplace
There has been greater diversity in the training and coaching of the workers in various organizations due to globalization (Palley, 2018). Some employees may find it challenging to connect and communicate with others due to different training and coaching. As a result of this globalization, the company will be open-minded, thus creating new ideas. In this case, having uniform training and coaching of a specific organization will enable efficient and effective communication.
Reason for choosing the points
These points of intersections are global and affect every part of the organization.
Palley, T. I. (2018). Globalization checkmated? Political and geopolitical contradictions are coming home to roost. Real-World Economics Review, 85(September), 2-14.
Vlados, C., Deniozos, N., & Chatzinikolaou, D. (2018). The’Evil Globalization’& the Central Dialectic Tug-Of-War in the New Globalization’s Shaping. Civitas Gentium, 6(1), 89-134.