See the list of future meetings and locations later in this announcement.
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Networking 6:00-7:00 PM
Presentation 7:00-8:30 PM
300 Olde Half Day Road
Building Personal Resilience for Turbulent Times
Carol Lischalk, MA / Creative Interchange Institute, Inc
Resilience…the ability to bounce back. Economic uncertainties. Downsizing and job loss. Terrorism and war. Personal loss or tragedy. Chronic stressors at home or in the workplace. Given the increasing complexities and turbulence of modern life, building the resilience we need to survive and thrive in such an environment is a critical necessity. Understanding the road to resilience is not only important for individuals but also for families, teams, and organizations.
In this program, we will look at key aspects of resilience and explore strategies for building this vital human capacity. If you are managing projects that impact others, this program has something for you. If you are being directly impacted by change in these turbulent times, this program is specifically for you. Please join us.
About the Author
Carol earned her masters degree in Organizational Psychology and Psychological Assessment. Her undergraduate degree combined Applied Behavioral Science and Information Technology.
- Networking & Registration (no cost)
- Overview of C-SPIN and Introductions
- 7: Presentation
- 8: Question and Answer Session
Future Program Schedule
February 3rd 2005 1:30 to
Rubloff Auditorium, 25 East Pearson (~820 N. Wabash)
"Reducing project failures with Value-Driven Project Leadership"
Gezinus J. Hidding, Ph.D. et al.
Thursday March 3rd, 2005 5:00-9:00 PM
Vernon Area Public Library
"Estimating Return on Investment (ROI) of process improvement activity"
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is made possible through the efforts of its Steering Committee. The Steering
Committee is composed of: Fred Ballard, Alan Berow,
C-SPIN is a leadership forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and practical ideas. We promote achieving higher levels of process maturity, software quality and mutual respect. Companies, academic institutions, government organizations and individuals are invited.
more information regarding this meeting, C-SPIN, or the steering committee,
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