The Staff Exchange Manual

Going, hosting or sending people on a staff exchange? This very efficient publication will help you avoid some traps and might even raise the overall quality of the exchanges you are working on.

The publication highlights the do’s and don’ts when sending, hosting and going on staff exchange. The knowledge was extracted from participants and organisers with experience from staff exchanges (download PDF). It covers aspects from evaluation timing to “the perfect mindset”. To start your reading, here is a guide to several of the themes: Sending (pages 2-11), Participating (pages 12-22) and Hosting (pages 23-23).

Aside from being an informative read, the publication doubles as a possible presentation if you want to describe the concept to the people in and around your organisation.

The publication was produced during Engine Room Europe Staff Exchange Summer Camp 2013 in OZU – Officina Zone Umane in Monteleone Sabino, Italy.

Edited by: Annette Wolfsberger and Luboš Bišto
Graphic design by: Lidia López Martínez

The 2013 work programme of Trans Europe Halles as well as the project Engine Room Europe have been funded with the support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. It is initiated by Trans Europe Halles (TEH) an co-ordinated by Melkweg (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) in association with 10 co-organizing TEH members. TEH has received operational grants from the City of Lund and the Arts Council. TEH Leaders Lab has been funded with the support of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The TEH Coordination Office is hosted by Mejeriet, Lund.

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