Information gathered from the Textbook Applied Sport Management Skills

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SES 465 – LAB #2B

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Complete the following Skill-Builder Exercises during the LAB session. Then submit the completed work by either taking a picture or scanning the pages. Make sure to post the document on Canvas to receive points for attendance and participation in the weekly LAB session.

 

*Note points will be deducted if the assignment is not submitted before the weekly module information is due on Thursday before 11:59 PM.

 

(located on page 54-56 in your textbook)

 

 

Skill-Builder 2.2: Cultural Diversity Awareness

Procedure 1 (4-6 minutes)

You and your classmates will share your international experience and nationalities. Start with people who have lived in another country, then move to those who have visited another country, and follow with discussion of nationality (e.g., I am half French and Irish but have never been to either country). The instructor or a recorder will write the countries on the board until several countries and nationalities are listed or the time is up.

Procedure 2 (10-30 minutes)

You and your classmates will share your knowledge of cultural differences between the country in which the course is being taught and those listed on the board. This is a good opportunity for international students and those who have visited other countries to share their experiences. For example, in Spain, most people have a 2-hour lunch break and go home for a big meal and may take a nap. In Japan, people expect to receive and give gifts. You may also discuss cultural differences within the country.

Wrap-Up

Take a few minutes to write your answers to the following questions: What did I learn from this experience? How will I use this knowledge?

 

What I learned from hearing people’s experience from different countries is that we all have our differences and similarities. It is important to be aware of people’s culture because of their different believes and values. When starting a business, this places a major role on its locations, target population and type of service that you will provide to your clients.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Whistle- Blowing Self Assessment for SES 465 Lab 2. To be completed in Class.

 

 

 

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Self-Assessment Whistle-Blowing continued

 

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Whenever I observed an unethical behavior and did not reports was because in my opinion it was not as harmful and it didn’t harm others. I never have actually blown the whistle to one of the unethical behaviors I have observed.

If I was a manager and I knew one of my employees were behaving unethically I would take action to enforce compliance with organization’s code of ethics. If one of my employees are acting unethical it affects business.

From item 1 through 3, people committing the unethical behavior are harming themselves because they are not learning and they are taking credit from someone else’s work. In reality, no one benefits from it because

 

 

 

 

I consider 14, 18, and 19 the three most unethical behaviors and most serious because you are affecting the team’s economy. In the act of these behaviors the entire team is harmed

 

 

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