(Travels from Los Angeles, CA)
Dr. Jorge Cherbosque was born and raised in Mexico and lived and traveled in different parts of the world until he settled in the United States almost 30 years ago. He received both his Master's and Doctoral degrees in Psychology from the University of Southern California (USC) and has directed the UCLA Staff and Faculty Consultation and Counseling Center for the past 20 years. Additionally, for over two decades he has been a speaker, trainer, and consultant for various Fortune 500 companies as well as a resource over the past 17 years for the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), World Presidents Organization (WPO), and Young Entrepeneurs Organization (YEO).Dr. Cherbosque is a clinical and industrial psychologist whose vision and philosophy is oriented toward helping individuals and organizations move from what he calls "TGIF" (Thank God It's Friday) to "TGIH" (Thank God I'm Here). His passion lies in helping his clients reencounter their unicability - which is where their passions and talents merge. A highly interactive and engaging speaker, Dr. Cherbosque's approach to training is geared toward four different but interrelated goals: seminar attendees will receive at least one practical idea that they can apply to their family and home life; one practical idea that they can apply to their work life; and one practical idea for their self development. The fourth goal is to create an environment of safety and joy because he believes that is how real learning best occurs.Dr. Cherbosque has been a keynote speaker and a workshop presenter in a myriad of international settings on a wide variety of compelling themes relating to the workplace, diversity issues, and marriage/family. Among his most frequently requested seminars, the following is a partial list: "Radiating Possibility"; "Moving from the Ordinary to the Extraordinary"; "Discovering the Hidden Treasures of Your Family;" "Emotional Intelligence as a Leadership Skill that Inspires Heart and Soul Commitment"; "Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children"; "Stress without Distress"; "Taking the Difficult out of Differences: Emotional Intelligence and Diversity"; "The Courage to Change: The Transformative Power of Emotions"; "Healing the Wound that Will Not Heal: A Retreat for Grief and Loss"; "Getting the Love You Want: A Workshop for Couples"; and "The Visionary Life."He is the author of numerous articles published in a broad range of scholarly journals and the co-author of "Emotional Intelligence for Managing Results in a Diverse World: The Hard Truth about Soft Skills in the Workplace" and a four workbook series on Emotional Intelligence and Diversity.In addition he is a marketing research consultant for Lincoln-Mercury, Ford Motor Company, AT&T and other Fortune 500 corporations. His clients include numerous international organizations such as Cox Communications, Yahoo, Knight Ryder Digital, Chase Manhattan Bank, Verizon, Herbalife, General Motors, American Express, Toyota, Wells Fargo bank, and Neutrogena among others.