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Diversity Management and Negotiation Skills Assessment Answer

TYPELecture and accompanying practical training
POSSIBLE EXAMINATIONScientific Project Paper  Diversity Management and/or Negotiation Skills (100%).
Length of the Paper: 15 Pages including Bibliography
Topics will be suggested by the students and approved by the Lecturer.
Upon completion of the course students will have learned to recognize the effects of different diversity-oriented approaches to international development work and develop relevant strategies for increasing understanding and a respectful collaboration1,2. This means that they will be able to reflect how their communication style, their values and how they define development, are all affected by their diverse backgrounds. 4,5   Moreover, students will learn to implement and
analyze diversity management (DM) tools and know how to manage 
and nurture equal partnerships in view of different histories of privilege and oppression.3 They will be enabled to analyze the resources of increasingly diversifying societies for practicing, inclusive,creative and sustainable project management.3,4 Human rights´ laws and programs (international, national, local) are introduced and students will learn to use them as framework for developmental policies.2,3 After completion of the course students know the key concepts of diversity management and diversity mainstreaming.They are able to use theoretical and practical DM concepts, instruments and measures of good-and-best-practice within organizations and they can perceive the possible social and political consequences of those concepts and
measures.Having the tools to self-analyze and reflect their work performance in diverse and plural contexts,students are enabled to conduct studies to enforce and implement DM.3
This course furthermore trains students to successfully report, communicate and negotiate in the various stages of a development project2,3 and will get students acquainted with a number of communication and negotiation strategies2 that will also be put into practice in class.
1Knowledge; 2Comprehension; 3Application; 4Analysis; 5Synthesis
and judgement.
The module provides an opportunity to pursue studies in the application of theories of diversity and human rights to contemporary ethical and social issues arising from developmental policies. Students will explore specific and controversial topics in areas such as diversity management, social justice, human rights, cultural, social and linguistic diversity, and intersectionality. Students will learn how to manage diversity in organizations with multinational teams and diverse stakeholders’ prejudice, discrimination and human rights in developmental contexts
The topics covered by this course include, but are not limited to:
  • diversity categories (gender, language, ability, class, age, ethnic background) and issues of intersectionality
  • key concepts of diversity management and diversity mainstreaming
  • instruments to implement and manage diversity in organizations: communication and intercultural dialogue, moderation, research tools, case studies and reflecting practices
  • the different contexts and aims of communication
  • how to communicate effectively
  • how to make a presentation
  • the different stages in the presentation process
  • identification of influencing factors in negotiation
  • strategies for successful communication and negotiation
  • the principles of creation of win-win situations
  • Phases of Negotiation
  • Guidelines for Effective Negotiations in diverse situations


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