Diversity from Inside Out: Dealing With Oneself While Dealing With Others
A training partnership with McHenry County College
Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
FREE Training – 3 CEUs for LCSW/LSW, LCPC/LPC, & Psychologists (IAODAPCA included)
This session introduces a powerful Personal Leadership (PL) model developed by a team of experts in intercultural, interpersonal, and intrapersonal engagements. A highly practical PL tool of Critical Moment Dialogue will be offered to participants for developing their own emotionally intelligent approach to challenging situations and interactions. The Personal Leadership model is used by organizations across the U.S. and worldwide to develop leaders and build cohesive teams capable of operating effectively under stress and pressure.
• Learn about two principles and six practices of Personal Leadership;
• Apply Critical Moment Dialogue to real-life situations;
• Identify ways of incorporating PL into their personal and professional practice.
Tatyana Fertelmeyster is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and an Intercultural and Diversity & Inclusion consultant with extensive expertise in complexities of cross-cultural adjustment, team building, and conflict resolution. Tatyana is a Senior Facilitator for Personal Leadership Seminars and a Lead Trainer of Trainers for Cultural Detective. Tatyana is the past president of SIETAR USA (Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research) and is recognized by her colleagues in the Intercultural and Diversity field as a go-to authority in challenging and complex situations.