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Memimpin Menuju Pilihan: Buku Panduan Latihan Kepimpinan Wanita (Leading to Choices Malay Edition)

Leading to Choices Malay EditionMemimpin Menuju Pilihan: Buku Panduan Latihan Kepimpinan Wanita (2005) (186 pages)
Leading to Choices Malay Edition 0-9729395-3-9 $24.95

Authors: Mahnaz Afkhami, Ann Eisenberg, and Haleh Vaziri
In consultation with: Suheir Azzouni, Ayesha Imam, Amina Lemrini, and Rabea Naciri
Translated, adapted, and tested by: Women's Development Collective (WDC), Malaysia
Edited by: Rohani Rustam, Former Director of Publishing of the National Language and Literature Development Institute of Malaysia

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The Malay edition of the Leading to Choices manual (Memimpin Menuju Pilihan: Buku Panduan Latihan Kepimpinan Wanita) has been used in leadership training workshops with women and men of diverse ages, ethnicities, perspectives, and abilities in Malaysia. The manual was translated, adapted, and tested by WLP's partner in Malaysia, Women's Development Collective (WDC), in a series of training workshops that focused on gender, governance, and feminism. WDC has also conducted workshops, promoting tolerance and building consensus, by employing real life examples and opportunities for participants to practice the communication, advocacy, and facilitation skills that they are learning from the handbook and the dynamic workshop experience.

Memimpin Menuju Pilihan: Buku Panduan Latihan Kepimpinan Wanita (2005) (186 pages)
Leading to Choices Malay Edition 0-9729395-3-9 $24.95

Order | Download (PDF 2.1 MB)

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