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Me07 Walking in other people's shoes

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  • Introduce inspiration as something that needs to give life to international meetings, conferences, seminars.
    Enormous differences in what individuals and people from different countries find inspiring or not.
    Let’s explore!
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
  • Mix up groups and let them work for 10 mins. On similar programme for US seminar.
    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
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    • 1. Who Is Dolores Chue? Shanghai 4th of November 2013
    • 2. This is Dolores Chue
    • 3. Born on the 10th of September, 1985 in San Diego
    • 4. Dolores’ Youth • Grew up in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter • Father ran grocery store • Dolores grew up lending a hand and looking after her 2 younger sisters
    • 5. College 2002-2006: San Diego Community College, Diploma in Travel & Tourism. Worked in downtown Chinese restaurant, owned by 2nd uncle of her father, to pay for her tuition.
    • 6. During College In 2004 & 2006: Traineeship with San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau.
    • 7. Dolores’ First Job • 2007-2013: Works at Convention and Visitors Bureau as Manager Regional Projects. • Main tasks: Co-ordination, Communication, Event Organization. • Dolores is Fluent in English and Spanish and speaks and reads Chinese.
    • 8. Parents: Isabel Cruz (San Diego, 1950) Chen Chue (Zhenjian, China, 1939) immigrated to US 1958
    • 9. Grandparents (father’s side): Liu Chue (1912) and Zhang Min (1915) Both lived all their lives in Zhejiang, China
    • 10. Grandparents (mother’s side): Dolores Chávez (1925) and Esteván Cruz (1922) Immigrated from Venezuela in 1946 to San Diego
    • 11. Uncle Jim (mother’s Isabel’s brother):
    • 12. Uncle (Jungle) Jim’s business
    • 13. What’s your advice for Dolores? -one month -a budget of $ 10.000,- (or a bit more if the plan is really sharp) -helping her to learn how to walk in other people’s shoes!