Select and describe two challenges associated with multicultural leadership in public health (2) provide
strategies for addressing these challenges. (3) Explain how multicultural competencies might influence your
public health leadership philosophy.
and actually feels like his work means something, then his mindset will be slightly different. He will not just think of himself, but also his manager and others. “He trusted me and was really counting on me and I let him down! I cannot let him down! How is my team going to succeed if I am slacking” When employees start to feel a sense of pride and ownership in their work, not just the productivity, but also the quality will boost. Managers need to make their employee’s work not feel like work, but almost like a hobby. They need to make them feel like this is what they have wanted to do their entire life growing up and simply because of who they are doing this for. A boost in productivity means that there is a slight variation in the output. This clearly means that the employees and workers are putting products out or finishing them at a rate that is faster than before. As a result of this, an increase in money is going to occur as well. Which is never a bad thing for any company trying to expand and grow. Con: Dysfunctional Culture A personality to a human is like the culture to a company. Having a dysfunctional organizational culture can lead to a decline in production and sales. The thought of wanting to rise to the top can do more damage than good. By having every employee only worry about themselves and on getting themselves to the top will create so much turmoil and unnecessary internal competition that will distract the employees from reaching the company’s goal. The self-interest to their own personal goals rather than the company’s will only create a less funcional company. Imagine it is your first day of work and someone is training you and they have this type of philosophy in their head. They are showing you how to do everything, but not really showing you because they do not care. They do not care whether or not you know how to do your job right. They only care about their work ethic. Now imagine this same person training someone new every week or every month. Eventually this will catch up to the company and only make them plummet. The company is going to go bankrupt having spent so much money hiring and training new employees for them to not know who to do their job right. How are consumers going to trust the company if they do not trust the employees working and creating their products for them? Also, on occasions there is a negative response to competition. Some employees may feel like they are being pressured too heavily and will consider themselves not fit for the company, then the company loses a loyal employee. Companies could develop a culture that supports unethical and immoral competitive behavior. Regular backlash and the demise of the organization could be the result of unethical competitive tactics. An eye for an eye makes the whole worl>GET ANSWER