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Demonstrating Intercultural Sensitivity and Skills in a Multicultural Team Project

Task Specific Guidance

You will work in a multicultural team to demonstrate your ability to work effectively and collaboratively with people whose worldview is different from your own. Therefore, evidencing your intercultural sensitivity, awareness, effectiveness, and the skills required to enter the global workplace with confidence.

You will be offered a choice of oral assessment from a range of innovative tasks, and as far as is possible you will work on your choice of task with a small group (around 5 or 6 people) whose cultural background is different from your own. Every effort will be made to ensure that you will be working on your first choice of task, but please have a second choice in mind as it is in your interests for success on the module that multicultural groupings are prioritised.

You are required to select one of the following as your preference for participation in a group project, which will take the form of a 20 minute oral event:

  1. An intercultural artefact  
  2. A walk in someone else’s shoes
  3. A teaching session (A, B or C)

1. Intercultural artefact production:-

Produce and present a 2D or 3D artefact which represents a fusion of key aspects of cultures represented by your group and deliver a 20 minute ‘show and tell’ which:

  • presents a rationale for your artefact which clearly references cultural dimensions
  • offers an evaluation of what can be learned/understood/gained in business terms from seeing this particular fusion of cultures
  • suggests how this learning/understanding forms part of a proactive strategy for development

 2. Walking in their shoes:-

You will be given a detailed itinerary for a two-day residential training event. Choose a culture (X) which is dissimilar to any represented within your group:

  • With reference to intercultural frameworks and cultural dimensions, analyse the event from the viewpoint of a participant from the culture you have chosen (culture X).
  • How might someone from culture X respond to the events, communication and relationships of the outlined event?
  • Consider what strategies you would recommend for the culture X participant to maximise their experience of the event
  • Taking into account multicultural participants, are there any changes you might make to the itinerary if you were running this event?

Present a 20 minute oral analysis in answer to this task

3.Teach me:-

Design and teach a 20 minute session, which will be delivered in class. The session should offer a problem-solution approach to one of the following:

  1. Working in a culturally diverse team
  2. Helping UoH students become more interculturally effective
  3. Making the university campus more culturally integrated

The solutions should be formed of clear strategies which can be applied beyond the session. Your group should also be prepared to answer questions about how your strategies would fit into a wider programme of continuing development in intercultural effectiveness in the context (A, B or C) you have chosen.

You are expected to establish an agreed working practice with your team, i.e. times you will meet; sharing workload, tasks and responsibilities; creating a culture of mutual respect.

Your team is expected to submit or present a 20 minute presentation which evidences the learning outcomes and grading criteria included in this document

General study guidance

  • Cite all information used in your work which is clearly from a source. Try to ensure that all sources in your reference list are seen as citations in your work, and all names cited in the work appear in your reference list.
  • Reference and cite your work in accordance with the APA 7th system – the University’s chosen referencing style.  For specific advice, you can talk to your Business librarians or go to the library help desk, or you can access library guidance via the following link:

  • The University has regulations relating to academic misconduct, including The Learning Innovation and Development Centre can advise and help you with how to avoid ‘poor scholarship’ and potential academic misconduct. You can contact them at.

  • If you have any concerns about your writing, referencing, research or presentation skills, you are welcome to consult the Learning Innovation Development Centre team It is possible to arrange 1:1 consultation with a LIDC tutor once you have planned or written a section of your work, so that they can advise you on areas to develop.

  • Do not exceed the word / time / other limit.

    Assessment criteria:
  • The Assessment Criteria are shown the end of this document.  Your tutor will discuss how your work will be assessed/marked and will explain how the assessment criteria apply to this piece of work.  These criteria have been designed for your level of study.

  • These criteria will be used to mark your work and will be used to support the electronic feedback you receive on your marked assignment. Before submission, check that you have tried to meet the requirements of the higher-grade bands to the best of your ability.Please note that the marking process involves academic judgement and interpretation within the marking criteria.
  • The Learning Innovation Development Centre can help you to understand and use the assessment criteria.  To book an appointment, either visit them on The Street in the Charles Sikes Building or email them on

    Learning Outcomes:

    This section is for information only: 

    The assessment task outlined above has been designed to address specific validated learning outcomes for this module. It is useful to keep in mind that these are the things you need to show in this piece of work.

    On completion of this module, students will:

      • Have a theoretical and practical understanding of a range of frameworks, models and concepts which may be applied to your professional development for the global workplace.
      • Have an awareness of the key elements and impact of intercultural effectiveness and employability skills on their working relationship
      • Apply the principles of effective professional behaviour and intercultural effectiveness to a variety of common workplace scenarios
      • Express and justify their perspective on aspects of intercultural effectiveness and employability
      • Construct a proactive strategy for the expansion of their repertoire of behaviours to function effectively in a diverse workplace

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