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52 Activities for Exploring Values Differences Paperback – 21 Jul 2003
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52 Acitivitiesa?makes a significant contribution to the field of training and development, globally and domestically. Stringer and Cassidaygive practitioners a book that is practical, hands-on and full of variety. A must-have for managers and trainers.--Lee Gardenswartz, coauthor Managing Diversity: A Complete Desk Reference and Planning Guide (revised edition)
This remarkable collection of sophisticated values activities will become required reading for every intercultural trainer and educator. There is something here for each of us, from K-12 teachers to executive coaches, whether working in domestic diversity or international contexts.
An extraordinary resource for our times. Donna Stringer and Patricia Cassiday have done a superb job of transforming one of the most important cultural concepts--values and their differences--into practical, concrete learning excercises.--Barbara Deane, Editor-in-Chief DiversityCentral.com
52 Activitesa?provides a wide variety of on-target, involving, and applicable learning activities. These creative tools give trainers and managers the structure to engage groups in meaningful learning and to facilitate the discussion of sensitive issues.--Anita Rowe, coauthor The Diversity Tool Kit
About the Author
Patricia Cassiday is a cross-cultural consultant, trainer, and coach specializing in international transitions. She is the lead facilitator at Collaborative Connection, a consulting firm in the Seattle area. Donna Stringer, the founder and former president of Executive Diversity Services, is a social psychologist with more than thirty years of experience as a cross-cultural educator and trainer. She has worked with U.S. corporations in 23 countries.
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In comparison to "52 Activities for improving Cross-Cultural Communication" book, this is very focused on values. I believe the activities are worth doing during intercultural sessions because understanding the other person's values would help in respecting them too. The only issue i've faced was that the activities are focused on the American's value system only. So, i had to create my own value's list when it comes to my own culture.
This is not activities' book only, but also, a manual for intercultural trainers.
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Stringer and Cassiday do an excellent job of sorting the exercises by degree of learning challenge and potential value for individuals, teams, or organizations. Each exercise provides a complete description of material needed, time involved, and plan of action.
A very helpful resource for people looking for experiential exercises as part of a learning program to effect change.
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