Volume 2: Structured exercises in sexual identity, women of color, and leadership skills
Working with Women s Groups, Volume 2 is another great resource to save you time and allow you to draw on the experiences of Louise Yolton Eberhardt, an expert in the field of women s studies. She distilled more than a quarter century of experience into nearly a hundred processes addressing the issues that are most important to women today.
The second volume was designed as a practical guide to explore issues as diverse as sexuality, lesbian identity, women of color, and women as leaders of organizations and teams. It was written primarily for the facilitator. The goal is to provide you with designs you can easily use, adapt, restructure, and/or expand to suit your particular purpose and group. It will enrich the quality of the lives of those who use it.
Volume 2 is organized into three sections: Sexual Preference, Women of Color, and Leadership Skills. The exercises, each with a specific set of learning objectives, focus on empowering and challenging women by encouraging personal discovery, growth, and increased self-esteem. A sequence for the exercises is suggested at the beginning of each section.
The book presents structured group experiences that will help women conduct their personal search for identity more productively. In a short period of time women can begin to replace feelings of worthlessness with feelings of value.
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Louise Yolton is a consultant and trainer who works with many of America's Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, colleges, voluntary organizations, and school systems. Much of her consulting practice is aimed at helping organizations learn how to value diversity, develop high performing, pluralistic teams and organizations, and create multicultural understanding in the workplace as well as eliminate gender and racial bias, homophobia, and all forms of discrimination, including sexual harassment. Louise has founded the Columbia Women's Center and for many years was its director. She is a professor of women's studies and sociology at the university level and is currently president of Hart Performance Group in Baltimore. Louise is the author of three other books for trainers: Working with Women's Groups- Volume 1, Bridging the Gender Gap, and Confronting Sexual Harassment.
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Descrizione libro Whole Person Associates, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0938586963
Descrizione libro Whole Person Associates, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0938586963
Descrizione libro Whole Person Associates, 1994. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110938586963
Descrizione libro Whole Person Associates. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0938586963 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.1459288