TITLE

CONSULTING COMPETENTLY IN MULTICULTURAL CONTEXTS

AUTHOR(S)
Cooper, Stewart; Peterson, David B.; Wilson-Stark, Karen; O¿Roark, Ann M.; Pennington, Gregory
PUB. DATE
June 2008
SOURCE
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research;Jun2008, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p186
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents personalized reactions to the special issue on Culture, Race, and Ethnicity Challenges in Organizational Consulting Psychology. The first part of the article presents the responses of 4 consulting psychologists to 4 questions. The 4 consultants, an African American woman and man and an Anglo American woman and man, were selected based on their experiences in working with consultees and client systems where diversity and multicultural factors mattered. The second part of the article identifies the common themes that emerged from their 4 narratives plus suggestions to assist consultants in better working with consultees and client systems of diverse culture, race, and ethnicity.
ACCESSION #
60658915

 

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