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CSI at ASGW 2020: Becoming a Servant Leader: Collaborating to Nurture Change (Pre-Conference)
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CSI at ASGW 2020: Becoming a Servant Leader: Collaborating to Nurture Change (Pre-Conference)

Servant leadership is a way of engaging collaboratively with others to share in and contribute to the betterment of communities and organizations. Models emphasizing service as a way of leading can sometimes be difficult to actuate through self-guided learning.  This workshop will provide practical structures for developing servant leadership skills and applying those skills in working or task group settings.

 Export to Your Calendar 1/30/2020 to 2/1/2020
When: Date: TBD
Time: TBD
Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton Dorado del Mar Beach Resort
Room: TBD
Dorado, Puerto Rico  00646
United States
Contact: CSI Headquarters
(336) 841-8180

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ASGW 2020: Becoming a Servant Leader: Collaborating to Nurture Change (Pre-Conference Session)

Dr. Christine Suniti Bhat, Dr. Linwood G. Vereen, & Mr. Matthew L. Nice

Servant leadership is a way of engaging collaboratively with others to share in and contribute to the betterment of communities and organizations. Models emphasizing service as a way of leading can sometimes be difficult to actuate through self-guided learning.  This workshop will provide practical structures for developing servant leadership skills and applying those skills in working or task group settings. The Principles of Practices and Leadership Excellence, developed by the CSI Academy of Leaders for Excellence and approved by the CSI Executive Council for distribution to its members and chapters (1999), will provide a platform from which attendees can understand their development and role as professional leaders within their respective communities. These principles were designed to provide direction for those seeking to become ethical and responsive leaders, thus this workshop will focus on both understanding and application of these ten principles as they align with the servant leadership model.

CSI members can register for the 2020 ASGW Conference at www.asgw.org.

Dr. Christine Suniti Bhat (Chris) is a professor of Counselor Education at Ohio University. She has a sustained record of leadership in the profession, most recently serving as ASGW President during 2017-2018. Chris has been actively engaged in ASGW service for over a decade, and she has served as a reviewer for JSGW since 2009. Previous leadership roles include treasurer of Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society, and President of the Ohio Counseling Association. In addition to experience in academia in the USA, Chris has extensive international experience as an educator, counselor, and psychologist in Australia and India. Her scholarship in recent years has focused on group counseling, integrated care, and cyberbullying prevention. Chris is a licensed professional counselor and school counselor in Ohio.

Dr. Linwood G. Vereen is an Associate Professor at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He has served as an ad-hoc reviewer for the Journal of Specialists in Group work and is a longstanding member of ACA and many of its divisions such as ASGW, and CSI. Linwood has served as a CSI Chapter Faculty Advisor, a CSI mentor, and as a member of the CSI Chapter Development Committee. Dr. Vereen is currently the editor of the Journal of Humanistic Counseling and his current scholarship is grounded in group worker training, humanistic counseling, and youth mental health first aid.

Matthew L. Nice, MS, LPC, NCC is currently a visiting professor at Marywood University in Scranton, PA and a doctoral candidate in the dissertation phase of Duquesne University’s counselor education and supervision Ph.D. program. He is a past Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) Leadership Fellow (2018-2019) and past vice-president of CSI Pi chapter and past president of CSI Delta Upsilon. During his presidency at CSI Delta Upsilon, his chapter was recognized with the 2018 Outstanding Chapter Award from CSI International. Matt is past president of the Pennsylvania Association for Specialists in Group Work (PASGW) and is serving on the 2020 ASGW Conference Committee. He previously worked in school settings in the Pittsburgh Public School District. His scholarly work is focused on cultural identity in emerging adults, school counselor college preparation, and leadership wellness.


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