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The Art of Delivering Constructive Criticism

Friday, November 2, 2012, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Webinar by Internet and phone
Elene M Cafasso
Professional Development event
Registration is closed
Be sure to provide your email address. Instructions for joining into the webinar will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, November 1.

The Art of Delivering Constructive Criticism, Webinar

We have all received criticism, whether we knew it or not. The best criticisms feel like support and encouragement; the worst criticisms feel devastating and degrading. Likewise, at some point, we have all given criticism; whether we did well or not depends on how it was received.

Most people think delivering effective criticism is a skill but in fact, it's an art. This webinar will show you how to work or perfect the art of criticism. The secret behind the art is - YOU. When you are struggling emotionally (consciously or unconsciously), your criticism is often heard negatively. We will look at the skill of developing your awareness as well as the introspection needed in order for you to make an effective delivery.  


Be sure to include your email address.  Instructions of how to join in the webinar will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, November 1st.


About our Presenter

Jinnie (English) Cristerna,  knows what it’s like to strive to become a high achiever. Like many highly-accomplished professionals, her success didn’t exactly come easily. But with persistence, hard work, and a ‘never-say-die’ attitude, Jinnie has reached astounding levels of both personal and professional success.


Jinnie specializes in a number of professional development areas, such as: leadership, dynamic critical thinking, power and control, women and minority issues, conflict management, interpersonal skills, personality development, communication, executive assessments., performance coaching, and taekwondo sports psychology. She also specializes in a number of personal development areas, such as: depression, anxiety, personality disorders, familial and romantic relationships, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psycho-dynamic therapy, hypnotherapy, Asperger’s disorder, and survivors of abuse and trauma. 


As with her professional endeavors, Jinnie is also a high-achiever in her personal pursuits and hobbies. She is the 2008 US OPEN Tae Kwon Do Silver Medalist, and 2008 US Tae Kwon Do National Gold Medalist. She is also the author of the book, “The High Achievers Guide to being a Decent Parent”. 


Despite her numerous professional accolades and personal accomplishments, she isn’t resting on her laurels: Jinnie is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at the Institute for Clinical Social Work. Jinnie resides in Chicago with her husband, Cleiby, and is the mother of four amazing children, all of whom practice taekwondo and one of which is the 2010 Youth Olympic Taekwondo Bronze Medalist. 


Jinnie is President of International and Chicago High Achievers, a personal and professional development team.  Read more about Jinnie:

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