Facilitating Cultural Transitions and Change: A Practical Approach
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People are crossing international boundaries for work, study and/or in pursuit of a better life in larger numbers than ever before. Facilitating Cultural Transitions and Change provides a practical approach for facilitators needing to enhance their skills when working with participants in transition from a diverse range of multicultural backgrounds. Based on research and feedback from participants the book includes a variety of materials to suit different learning goals and contexts. This book is important reading for facilitators working with students, workers and sojourners in transition, before departure and on arrival in new lands; and importantly, in returning to their homelands. Using a step-by-step approach, it gives the facilitator ideas, myths, stories, processes and models to assist the preparation and facilitation of workshops.
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