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Other to Other (O2O):

Expanding Successful Engagement Outside Your Comfort Zone

By:
Cheryl L. Beverly, James Madison University

In Press 2021

Other to Other (O2O): Expanding successful engagement outside your comfort zone is written from an operational perspective. The O2O model was developed to be used with persons and contexts across a range of races, ethnicities, gender identities, ages, abilities, experiences, and environments. The four components of the O2O model: knowledge, skills, personal characteristics, and motivation, are introduced and discussed separately, with an analysis and, an incomplete list of the many knowledge, skills, and personal characteristics embedded in successful engagement with Other.

Although the first three components are presented in their higher level of knowing, discussion is provided around task analysis and scaffolding of the knowledge and skills. Motivation, the fourth component, is discussed using the Value*Expectation*Cost theory. This theory is described as is the motivation necessary for successful O2O engagements. Examples applying each component in different contexts are provided. Finally, the nonlinear, developmental, intertwined, and dynamic aspects of the O2O model are described.

CONTENTS
Dedication. Preface. Introduction. CHAPTER 1: Knowledge. CHAPTER 2: Skills. CHAPTER 3: Personal Characteristics. CHAPTER 4: Motivation. CHAPTER 5: Other2Other Model. About the Author.

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