Cross Cultural Mentoring: A Delicate Balance for Education Organisational Reform
Pitfalls and strengths of cross-cultural mentoring as a strategy for organisational capacity building. A Papua New Guinean experience.
||Mentoring, Cross-Cultural, Capacity Building, Organisational Change
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.87-92.
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Rosemary Badenoch is a Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia. Her principal teaching responsibilities are in pre-service teacher education, with special interest in health promoting communities and schools. In recent years she has managed and been a researcher on several projects related to education reform in Papua New Guinea, as well as writing for education reform in other developing countries (Sri Lanka, Fiji and Vietnam). Her current PhD investigations involve an evaluation of an education program for students with Autism who are chronic climbers and absconders.
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