80/80 LANGUAGES FOR AID WORKERS
Opportunity: for managers and staff members on short or long missions to other countries to feel more secure, comfortable and effective in achieving better working relationships in English, with local companies, governments, refugees, client and project staff, as they perceive YOUR effort to speak the local language with a good accent, and thus to show clearly a deep respect for THEIR local values and culture.
English-based brief language learning system developed
initially with some voluntary UN staff, for aid workers in
Designed for: mature motivated learners who need to achieve very rapidly, the personal confidence to speak and understand, basics of the local natural language. Designed also also for current speakers to who want to achieve significant accent improvement.
Course duration: one full six hour day with a partner or small group, followed by daily brief individual revision, in the following week and one day reinforcement a month later.
individual training or as a small part of any mmangement training program to
stimulate creativity, because: "Each language is an
intellectual treasure-house of communication, culture and
humanitarian values" - Professor Kenneth Hale - linguistics
expert of MIT who spoke 50 languages fluently and died
Method: uses CRE techniques to achieve relaxation and intuitive absorption of the natural language with confidence and without stress or effort. Designed to handle varying individual value systems and needs. CRE techniques, once acquired, can be easily used for any other languages or dialects. Uses IRT - the Instant Relaxation Technique create the confidence to learn.
Nervous about speaking a new language? Old old old ...feeling that "I am no good at languages? Did you learn one as a child? Yes!! Very good. OK? Well done. Now, do it again now with CRE. Make a start at this very moment ... do the CLE (above) ... again for five mnutes ... and then you decide ... about your old and new abilities ... remember ... new learning keeps you young ... in mind and body ...
by: Dr. Bob Boland (IUG) and Dr Catherine d'Arcangues (WHO),
Dr. Giles Boland (Harvard) and Dr Heli Bathija (UNTAD) and Dr
Sancos Boland and
Further information: 33 450 40 8982 or 199 Chemin Garenne, Prevessin, 01280 France or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Bob Boland MD, MPH (Johns Hopkins), DBA, ITP (Harvard Business School), UN Bd. Cert. Preventive Medicine & Public Health, ex UN Geneva and former visiting professor at: INSEAD: IMD, Cranfield, Columbia, GSB, Stellenbosch, Wits, WHO, ILO, WB, UNEP, UNIDO, AID, IRC, Peace Corps, Shell, Burma, Barlows, Baxter, Nokia etc.
RGAB/2013/1 - Free for aid workers ... and others on
request! Some morning, one day 5
day language and management programs currently