Learning Goal: I'm working on a business presentation and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Create a 10-15 slide PowerPoint presentation for organizational leadership that compares and contrasts the cultural context of two selected countries.Overview Using Geert Hofstede’s and others' work on comparative country cultures, you will select and conduct research on two countries, comparing and contrasting their cultures on several dimensions, including business climate and leadership and management practices. Then, you will suppose you have been asked to prepare a presentation for senior leadership in your company to help them plan for and prepare expert teams who will be sent to the two countries you have selected. These relocated team members will work with U.S. members as well as members from both countries. Demonstration of Proficiency By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria: Competency 1: Analyze aspects of leading and working in global and diverse environments. Compare and contrast the cultural context of selected countries. Competency 2: Apply practices for leading and following in diverse environments. Analyze the implications of working with and leading others in the selected countries. Competency 3: Analyze ways in which leaders and followers make personal and professional adjustments as they work in complex environments. Develop recommendations for the application of cultural intelligence to leadership strategies and practices in the cultures of the selected countries. Competency 4: Communicate effectively in a professional manner. Communicate in a professional manner, using scholarly resources that support the analysis through clear, concise, well-organized, and grammatically correct writing that incorporates appropriate APA style conventions. Preparation Select two countries in different continents or regions (for example, do not select both India and Pakistan, but rather select India and France). The two countries must have available information on their cultures and implicit leadership theories that may operate in the countries.In order to conduct your country, culture, and leadership research, you will need to use both academic and professional resources. Information on countries, including economics, business climate, ways of doing business, and cultural profiles can be found in the Global Business Research Library Guide. You may also search scholarly literature, including management and leadership data from various countries, using the Capella library and databases such as Business Source Complete, ABI/Inform, and others. Consider your online resources carefully, and use those with research-based information versus popular blogs. Assessment Requirements Prepare a 10–15 slide PowerPoint presentation intended for organizational leadership. Your presentation should include detailed speaker's notes. Address the following in your presentation and notes: Compare and contrast the cultural context of the selected countries. Comparison criteria includes: Culture. Economics. Business climate. Common business practices in each culture. Management and leadership practices. The status of and cultural expectations for women in each culture. Analyze the implications of working with and leading others in the selected countries. Synthesize development strategies and ethical global leadership requirements. Include elements of ethics and social responsibility. Develop recommendations for the application of cultural intelligence to leadership strategies and practices in the selected countries. Your presentation should be written clearly and be communicated effectively to organizational leadership in a business environment. Keep in mind that the audience is composed of upper-level leadership, and tailor your content to appeal to that audience. Submission Requirements References: Support your presentation with at least 10 scholarly resources from the Capella library. Use proper APA style and format for citations and references. Length: 10–15 slides (with detailed speaker's notes), in addition to a references list slide. Written communication: Demonstrate graduate-level writing skills through concise communication of thoughts that convey the overall goals of the presentation and do not detract from the message. Font and font size: Appropriate for a visual presentation.