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Search Inside Yourself 2017

Date: 7 Dec 2017 - 8 Dec 2017

Singapore

Search Inside Yourself was born at Google from one engineer’s dream to change the world.

It began in 2007 when veteran engineer Chade-Meng Tan assembled leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience and emotional intelligence to develop an internal course for his fellow Googlers. It quickly became the company’s most popular training program. Learn more here: https://siyli.org/

Backed by world experts in neuroscience, mindfulness and emotional intelligence, Search Inside Yourself has already changed thousands of lives across the globe.

THE PROGRAMME DESIGN

- Overview of the neuroscience of emotion, perception and behavior change

- Definition of emotional intelligence and its personal and professional benefits

- Attention training to enable greater emotional intelligence, including self-awareness, self-mastery, motivation, and connection with self and others

- Principles and practices for developing healthy mental habits that accelerate well-being, including effective listening, generosity, empathy, communication and social skills

- Mindfulness and reflection practices that support happiness, thriving and overall well-being

- Exercises include attention training practice, dyad conversations, writing, walking and group conversations

Venue: Dance Atelier 2, Level 3, Stephen Riady Centre, UTown, National University of Singapore

Website: Go to event website

Fees:
Early-Bird (10 Nov 2017): S$ 995.00

General Admission: S$ 1,250.00

Late Purchase: S$ 1,350.00

Language: English

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