Imagine yourself chatting happily with a person who used to be your “enemy”. This person could be your colleague, your boss, your friend or even a family member. You no longer feel the hurt and anger in you. You feel objective and neutral towards this person. Even when this person is being nasty or irritating, you cheerfully laugh it off and you are completely unaffected.
If you could find the way to make it possible and long lasting, would you be more happier about your life? Perhaps you hold back because you think this is too far fetched and so you never believed it could be done. Yet, many people are doing this, come and find out how you too can achieve this and start your journey to have fulfilling and happy relationships.
In 2 hours, you get to experience a group facilitation with a specially-designed coaching technique that allows you to explore and discover:
- Profile the difficult person in your life
- Recognize how you respond to this person.
- Come up with refined strategies on how to deal with this person
Date: 25 Sep 2019, Wednesday
Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm (Registrations starts at 7.00pm)
Venue: Oxley BizHub 1,69 Ubi Road 1, #09-27/28, Singapore 408731
Fee: $20 per person
Brought to you by Executive Coach International, with trained facilitators from:
Executive Coach International (ECI), one of the largest and most successful professional coaching organizations in the region founded in 2004 by the first Master Certified Coach in South East Asia.
We would love for you to be able to hear from your fellow previous participants:
“It was a big surprise….I realized a lot of new points that I never knew before. One main point I realized was myself. I had always been blaming people. The amazing thing about the facilitation is that it forces you to initiate more and do something about it. It forces you to open your eyes.”— Spencer Wong, 21, University Student
“The intensity and commitment to spend a couple of hours very seriously introspecting is a very powerful tool. The workshop reinforced the idea that we can be the solutions to our problems….It puts it in your court and empowers you and gives you the tools to solve your own problems”— Nikhil, 36, Risk Policy and Portfolio Manager in Standard Chartered Bank