Search Inside Yourself uses attention and mindfulness training to help people build the emotional intelligence skills needed for sustained peak performance, strong collaboration, and effective leadership.
The workshop is based on cutting-edge neuroscience research on mindfulness and emotional intelligence—a proven track record which includes the importance of self-awareness, the power of optimism and resilience, and the benefits of empathy and compassion. In this special 1-day programme, participants will be provided with a concrete path to cultivate engagement, develop authentic leadership and unleashing the innate creativity in themselves.
Organisations look to Search Inside Yourself to help their employees learn skills to:
- Improve communication and collaboration skills
- Develop outstanding leadership
- Increase creativity and innovation
- Reduce stress and experience greater overall wellbeing
AGILE is proud to bring this sellout programme to Malaysia! See you there.
“The content is a strong introduction to mindfulness in a secular nonspiritual application that can be used and applied both in a corporate sense and also for personal application and transformation.”
– Fiona Hathaway, Microsoft Services Asia HR Leader, Microsoft Asia
“This is not about making employees happy,” she said. “It’s about how to get out of a rut … There is incredible science and research behind the value of opening your mind, daydreaming and forgetting and reremembering.”
– Jenny Dearborn, Chief Learning Officer, SAP
“The main business case for meditation is that if you are fully present on
the job, you will be more effective as a leader, you will make better
decisions and you will work better with other people.”
– Bill George, Harvard Business School Professor, former CEO of Medtronic
PETER LEADS MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR SIYLI and is also one of its teachers. Previously, he was a director at Google and led various organizations, including global search quality evaluation and online sales and operations for Greater China. Prior to Google, Peter worked at Dell in sales, operations and marketing roles in the United States, Europe and Asia. He also held sales management and engineering positions with Rohm and Haas and Argo Scientific. Peter has a bachelor’s degree in agricultural and biological engineering from Cornell University and both a master’s in environmental engineering and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has worked on mindfulness and meditation programs in settings that range from corporations to prisons and is also involved in efforts that support wildlife conservation and sustainable transportation.