We are living in unprecedented times. The world we knew so well, has been drastically changed by the outbreak of COVID-19. The pandemic has disrupted every aspect of our lives - our lifestyles, our livelihoods, even threaten our existence and survival. Never before have we been subjected to the feelings of adverse fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.
The good news is, our human brain is dynamic and built to withstand extreme conditions. We can manage the phases of change if we understand how to shift our mindset and embrace the natural laws of change. As quoted by one of the greatest Roman philosopher Marcus Aurelius, "The universe is changing, our life is what our thoughts make it."
Conducted by Eric Cheong, an accredited Master Trainer by the late Prof Tony Buzan, he will help to change your thinking and develop your confidence in the face of change, enhancing your ability to transform yourself in the post-pandemic world.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;
Professionals, senior executives and those who face challenges in adapting to change in their lives and work. People who want to know how to manage and embrace change.
Module 1: Checking in the New World
Eric Cheong speaks at conferences and in-house seminars such as the 14th International Conference on Thinking and the International Conference on Habits of Mind. Eric hopes to promote global mental literacy in Asia, helping people to become better thinkers by activating their inherent brain skills to achieve success. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree with honours from the National University of Singapore.
Over the years, Eric has trained more than 5,000 executives, teachers and students across Asia. Some of his major clients include Oracle, Intel, Motorola, HSBC, ARUP, HK Securities, HK Exchange & Clearing Limited, Tuv Sud, Hewlett Packard, Singapore Airlines Ltd, Singapore Mass Rapid Transit Ltd and Singapore Power Ltd. He has also trained Singapore government agencies such as Ministry of Education, National Heritage Board, Housing Development Board, Health Promotion Board, Supreme Court, Health Sciences Authority and Defence Science Organisation.