Program Time: 6:30PM
Close Time: 8:30PM
Event LocationChicago School of Professional Psychology
325 N Wells
Chicago, IL 60654
Personal Leadership & OD
Thursday, Apr 13th 2017
Personal Leadership can be defined as a system of self-management that allows one to be mindful and creative while operating across differences under stress and pressure. Personal Leadership model is built of six practices that people of different cultures, professions, and generations can easily relate to. When intentionally practiced PL provides us with a set of skills invaluable both professionally and personally.
Techniques used in the Personal Leadership training are highly effective an applicable in one-on-one or group work and will be extremely useful for professionals working in Organizational Development. See link for materials leadership handout.
This highly interactive session will briefly introduce participants to the PL structure and engage them in a powerful activity of formulating their professional vision and maximizing alignment with it in their practice.
Tatyana Fertelmeyster is a founder and principal of Connecting Differences, LLC. She works with teams and their leaders to build vibrant and creative team cultures where value of diversity is appreciated and diversity of values is understood and leveraged to increase productivity, effectiveness, and quality of engagement. Some of her clients and colleagues refer to Tatyana as Chief Clarity Officer. Tatyana is a faculty member at the Summer, Winter, and Qatar Institutes for Intercultural Communication. She is a past president and the advisory board member of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research (SIETAR-USA) and a member of the Diversity Committees of Chicago SHRM and Northern Illinois Employee Assistant Professional Association and. She is a very new member of the Organization Development Network of Chicago.