I am studying Item 1.4.A. This covers the skill in integrating diversity and inclusion principles in talent development strategies and initiatives.
This is part of the Building Personal Capability category
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Using the records in the reflective diaries, we are able to develop sce-narios (role-plays) quickly that have a direct bearing on the lives of the students. The scenario work that emerges directly from real-life encounters stimulates wide ranging discussion of workplace behaviour in its social, political, affective and legal aspects. The context for learning in this way is the assurance of confi dentiality in the psychologically safe environment of the classroom, and the mutual trust of the nurses and their intercultural skills teachers. The teachers are not required to act as ‘experts’ or ‘judges’ of behaviour but as facilitators and interpreters. (p. 178)
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Hi. I am Craig Engstrom, I am posting some daily study notes as I cover each of the capabilities covered in the new Association for Talent Development's CPTD certification exam.