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CHiP Code:  CH2007

Catalytic Encounter: A New Way to Vision the Future

  • 01/25/2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Morrison Gallery (Library), Penn State Harrisburg

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  • Light dinner is included with registration.
  • Light dinner is included with registration.

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Take this opportunity to experience a blend of Catalytic Thinking and the Points of You approach that offers a self-reflective process that provides a way to pause, expand perspectives, focus on opportunity, and take action. This visioning process will help you forecast the future you want to create and for whom. You will get to name the other people who care about accomplishing this future with you. And then you will get to realize the resources you already have right now in creating that future. Now imagine how this experience can be used to foster creativity among your team or shift people's thinking from a scarcity mindset to a collaborative mindset.

PARKING
Please park in the lot next to the Library (Building D) indicated on the Penn State Harrisburg campus map. The $1.00 parking fee has been waived for guests of this event, so you do not need to pay the parking kiosk upon your arrival.
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About the speaker:

As a facilitator and educator for the past 20 years, Antonio (Tony) Hernandez, Jr. has created and developed practices that hold groups to a standard where every person feels a sense of purpose, engagement and belonging. He continues to use these practices among adult learners and diversity practitioners to have mindful conversations in which they can claim their distinct identities and embrace the value they bring to the community. Antonio has a Master’s of Education and Human Development from George Washington University. He’s a certified Critical Friends Group Facilitator from the National School Reform Faculty, a Responsive Classroom teacher and Points of You ™Trainer. Besides being an educator, community engagement is another area about which Antonio is passionate. He serves as a grant reviewer for the Lancaster County Community Foundation. He’s also a Commissioner for the Millersville University President’s Commission for Cultural Diversity and Inclusion, a Leadership Facilitator for the Latino Empowerment Project and serves as a board member for Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania, the Latin American Cultural Center and for Leadership Lancaster. For more information about Antonio and his work, go to www.reflectivewisdom.com, email him at tony@reflectivewisdom.com or call 717-682- 4113.

Address:
ATD Central Pennsylvania

PO Box 23

Hummelstown, PA  17036

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