Cross Culture Difference between India and Australia.
Group Contribution. Student Name Student ID Slides Presented Kirandeep Kaur 21022498 3,4,12,13 Alexander Illonzeh 21022159 7,8,9,10 Kuldeep Kumar 21031414 14,15,16 Gagandeep 21024219 5,6,7.
Cross Culture Difference between India and Australia.
Cross-Culture Types. Individualism vs. Socialism: Individualism is valued in certain civilizations, while socialism is valued in others. The belief that organisational authority should be dispersed unfairly is referred to as power distance. Uncertainty avoidance: According to Hofstede , certain cultures view change as a risk, some do not.M Masculinity /Femininity: These two phrases should be ignored in order to place a higher weight on issues like as success and confidence, which are much more vital to the company (Stahl et al., 2017) ..
Nature of Cross Culture Differences. Expressing dissatisfaction. Failing perception Owing to slangs and dialect, understanding issues arise. Managers gave false timeframe objectives. Stressed and confused of what to expect from bosses and how to seek for assistance. Lack of self-assurance in an unknown situation (Shah and Barker, 2017)..
Impact of Cross Cultural Difference. Cultural variations present challenges, expenses, and threats. Foreignness. Unfamiliarity is expensive. Disparities in the structure A contradiction in the workplace ( Kawar , 2012) ..
Intercultural Communication problems. Communication gap. Misinterpretation. The aim of communication stress is impossible to attain. The issue is being extended. Discriminative perception of the communication circumstance (Wang and Mattila , 2011) ..
India vs. Australia ( Refusing a Request ). One of the most difficult obstacles for Indian expats is refusing to say no to a request . Reason: fear of losing touch with their host management and client organisations . Misunderstandings, as well as a lack of faith in one's ability to demonstrate. The ability to say no to requests as a communication skill Stress of finish the work by a timeframe that was frequently arbitrary ..
India vs. Australia ( Refusing a Request ). Dimension India Australia Power Distance High power distance Low power distance High power: a lower-class employee of an institution inside a country who expects and accepts that power is divided unequally. Paternalistic leaders: Employees are humble and loyal to leadership, and they look to their boss for support and assistance ( Hofstede Insights, 2022b) . Direct Communication. Employees have to do what they promised ( Hofstede Insights, 2022a)..
Dimension India Australia Internal Direction People feel they can exert control over their surroundings in order to attain their objectives winning is paramount, and aggressive attitudes are common. Outer Direction They direct their behaviors toward others and, wherever feasible, avoid conflict..
India vs. Australia (Giving Feedback). Dimension India Australia Power Distance High power distance Low power distance Negative feedback is never sent up the chain of command. Casual, transparent, and participatory communication Leaders who are paternalistic maintain a tight watch on the projects and push the timelines when necessary. Managers and staff want to be engaged, and data is regularly shared..
Cross-Culture in Nursing. Transitioning to working in Mental Health nusring in Australia is a rollercoaster ride for Indians. Migration of Indian nurses from India has arrived increased in Australia. Employing in Mental Health necessitates special adjustment needs for migrant workers (Joseph et al., 2021 ) ..
Impact of Cross Culture in Nursing. Loneliness. Living in dual culture. Discrimination. Feeling incomplete (Joseph et al., 2021 )..
Cross Culture Theory. Cross-Cultural Adaptation Theory A dynamic development of the fundamental human urge to seek for establishing a balance in the presence of frequently hostile surrounding factors In certain circumstances, adaptable achievement could be nearly completely attributable to the random persons persona's transparency, resilience, and optimism. In other instances, no adaptable change takes place in outsiders whose ethnic community provides an almost full shield from facing the host culture problems ( Aftab , 2021 ) ..
Cross Culture Theory. Social Learning Theory Behaviour is the product of both the individual and the circumstance, not just one of them. According to SLT, people learn a lot of their behaviour by watching and imitating others. Three important effects in terms of knowledge and values Role Models: When it comes to ethical considerations, setting a good example became a popular subject. Capitalism is defined as the overall population's traditional principles and ethical attitudes. Laws: Both managers and academics agree that following the law is not necessarily ethical (Shah and Barker, 2017 ) ..
Training for Cross-Culture Communication (EXCELL).
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References. Hofstede Insights (2022a) Australia . Hofstede Insights. Available at: https://www.hofstede-insights.com/country/australia. Hofstede Insights (2022b) Country Comparison - Hofstede Insights . Hofstede Insights. Available at: https://www.hofstede-insights.com/country-comparison/ india /. Joseph , B . Olasoji , M . Moss, C. and Cross, W. (2021 ) ' Transition Experiences of Indian Nurses Into Australian Mental Health System ' , Journal of Transcultural Nursing , 33(1), pp.41–48. doi:10.1177/10436596211026373. Kawar , T.I. (2012 ) ' Cross-cultural Differences in Management ' , International Journal of Business and Social Science , 3(6), pp.105–111 ..
References. Shah , D. and Barker, M. (2017 ) ' Cracking the cultural code ' , International Journal of Cross Cultural Management , 17(2), pp.215–236. doi:10.1177/1470595817706383 ..