Being a Successful Interpreter

By: Jonathan Downie


Categories: Interpreting




The book considers how globalisation and human migration have brought interpreting to the forefront and the subsequent need for interpreters to serve a more diverse client base in more varied contexts. At its core is the view that interpreters must move from the traditional impartial and distant approach to become committed to adding value for their clients.

Features include:

Interviews with leading interpreting experts such as Valeria Aliperta, Judy and Dagmar Jenner and Esther Navarro-Hall
Examples from authentic interpreting practice
Practice-driven, research-backed discussion of the challenges facing the future of interpreting
Guides for personal development
Ideas for group activities and development activities within professional associations.
Being a Successful Interpreter is a practical and thorough guide to the business and personal aspects of interpreting. Written in an engaging and user-friendly manner, it is ideal for professional interpreters practising in conference, medical, court, business and public service settings, as well as for students and recent graduates of interpreting studies.

Winner of the Proz.com community choice awards Best Book Prize 2016.

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