Essay on cultural heritage

1- Care for each other: genuine interest in each other and their success and fulfilment
2- Openness and truthfulness: saying all that needs to be said in order to help the team achieving results
3- High levels of trust: trust amongst the team members and their work have a positive influence on results
4- Consensus decisions: decisions are made for the best win-win outcome for the team
5- Commitment: Doing what it takes to get the results you want
6- Address the conflict: it is seen by team members as healthy to address and work through conflicts
7- Real listening: focussing the attention to the communicator instead of being led by your own agenda
8- Express feelings: provide a safe and courageous space to express feelings without fear and ridicule

I teach classes and seminars alongside author and editor Nisi Shawl on Writing the Other , and the foundation of our work is that authors should create characters from many different races, cultures, class backgrounds, physical abilities, and genders, even if — especially if — these don't match their own. We are not alone in this. You won't find many people advising authors to only create characters similar to themselves. You will find many who say: Don't write characters from minority or marginalized identities if you are not going to put in the hard work to do it well and avoid cultural appropriation and other harmful outcomes. These are different messages. But writers often see or hear the latter and imagine that it means the former. And editorials like Niedzviecki's don't help the matter.

Essay on cultural heritage

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