Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Charleston Southern University’s School of Education will host the third annual diversity conference on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Center, on the second floor in the Gold Room.
Dr. Robert Rohm, president of Personality Insights Inc., will be the guest speaker.
Rohm is a corporate trainer and keynote speaker recognized for his expertise in team building and human behavior. He will lead participants through a personality inventory that will help them to learn about their personality and how best to work with others.
“Diversity encompasses many facets of a person,” said CSU School of Education associate professor Cynthia Putman. “It is about more than just ethnicity or cultural issues. Dr. Rohm provides an interesting, energetic, and fun approach to learning how to improve your interactions with others, regardless of your personality type.”
To register for the conference, visit www.csuniv.edu/academics/schoolofeducation/.
Attendees will receive a certificate that may be used for recertification or continuing education credits upon approval of their employers.
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