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Ethics and Morals and Cultural Values

February 12th, 2011 // 6:27 pm @

Inspired and infuriated in equal measure by this week’s Moral Maze (BBC Radio 4, 9 February 2011) on Multiculturalism — a fact that is indicative of just how good the programme is — I have been reflecting on two aspects of the discussion that were, to my way of thinking, conspicuous by their absence — […]

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Category : Featured Blogs &Intercultural

Appreciative Inquiry

January 15th, 2011 // 2:53 pm @

What is Appreciative Inquiry? Universal approach — suitable for small and large group interventions Promotes positive thinking, motivation and collaboration Creates common ownership of current issues and future potential Maximises the learning of the whole system Although Appreciative Inquiry is universal in its approach, it is often used as a large group intervention method to […]

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Category : Featured Blogs &Large Group Interventions

Identifying, Analysing And Influencing Trust

January 15th, 2011 // 2:53 pm @

“it is crucial for managers to develop a better understanding of trust and how to manage it.  Fortunately, 50 years of research in social psychology has shown that trust isn’t magically created.  When people choose to trust, they have gone through a decision-making process — one involving factors that can be identified, analysed and influenced.” […]

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Category : Featured Blogs &Intercultural

Selecting and Developing an Effective International and Multicultural Team

January 15th, 2011 // 2:35 pm @

Building a team of people from different cultural backgrounds presents a variety of challenges. So, too, is the requirement for effective performance and appropriate professional behaviours in an international context equally challenging. The requirement to participate in multicultural workgroups in international settings is increasing, and requires assessment and support for the development of appropriate competencies. […]

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Category : Featured Blogs &Intercultural

TA, Consultancy and the Scope for Intervention and Change

January 15th, 2011 // 6:36 am @

Frames of Reference The term Frame of Reference is used (Schiff et al., 1975) in Transactional Analysis (TA) to describe what is understood and held in mind as the basis for related communication, interaction and relationship.  The sum of our experiences, beliefs and expectations determines what we see and how we see it — and, […]

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Category : Featured Blogs &Transactional Analysis

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