Singapore-based global energy trading firm Sing Fuels is holding the first of three webinars entitled ‘The Resilience Advantage’ for clients and the public on Monday (20 April) evening (Singapore time).
The free online sessions will allow participants to increase their skills for personal and professional effectiveness.
Participants can expect improved satisfaction and well-being, while gaining an increased ability to focus, process information and solve problems from the webinar.
“Growing research shows higher levels of resilience leads to better outcomes and improved emotional and physical health. Resilience affects psychological health, which is also linked to our physical health,” shares Satnam Singh, Director at Sing Fuels.
“We had originally planned this for a small group but after we saw the content from the speaker, we felt that anyone who is interested, should be welcomed to join us.”
The first (of three) 1.5-hour sessions of the ‘The Resilience Advantage’ webinar will cover:
“We care for everyone in our industry and community, and we would like to share these enhancement skills with those who are interested,” explains Singh.
“Working from home is the norm now so we see it as a good opportunity to improve our skills for personal and professional effectiveness. These skills will benefit most of us so we feel that it is not necessary to tag a price to this knowledge.
“Sharing is caring.”
The webinar is conducted by Nikate Khaitan, Residential Trainer at The Monroe Institute – the world’s leading education centre for the study of human consciousness.
Khaitan is a certified trainer for the Institute of HeartMath’s Resilience Advantage Program® (EmWave® technology), CBT for the Life System (Quantum Biofeedback), Practitioner of the Mind Mirror (EEG based biofeedback) and Progen Aura Camera 6000 (Aura photography and reading).
He is the Regional coordinator for the Local Chapter Network in India and along with his wife, Shrimangala, has been actively promoting the Outreach Program while conducting Excursion workshops all over India.
Participants can register to attend the first session of the webinar ‘The Resilience Advantage’ here: https://singfuelswebinar1.app.rsvpify.com/
Additional webinars focusing on different topics will be held on 27 April (Session 2) and 4 May (Session 3); further details of these events will be published on 24 April and 30 April respectively.
Published: 16 April, 2020
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