Finding Common Ground: Cross-cultural Communication Strategies for Job Seekers

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National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, 1994 - Communication - 156 pages
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Fourth book in the NCELTR Teacher Resource series. This book is specifically designed for teachers, trainers and human resource personnel dealing with cross-cultural issues in the job application process. Uses case studies, transcripts, and anecdotes of interviews in the Australian workplace to analyse communication difficulties and develop strategies for persuasive and effective interview talk. Includes a bibliography. Catherine O'Grady is a teacher and cross-cultural trainer with the'English in the Workplace' program of the NSW Adult Migrant English Service. Mark Millen is an experienced teacher of ESL/EFL and worked as a cross-cultural trainer and consultant in workplace communication.

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