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WOMAG Event: Foundations to become a Resilient Leader

Changes all around us are fundamentally changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another. While we cannot control the difficult situations or adversity, we can control the way we respond to them, learn from them, adapt and become more resilient.

Join us to learn more about Resilience. A set of competencies that help individuals to introspect, learn about themselves and lead life with body, heart mind and spirit. During this interactive workshop you will learn why it is so important to step up to the challenge of being responsible for resilience as an individual, as a team and as a leader. You will also learn practical tips and tools to make a meaningful difference to your lives and your work.


Thierry Moscetti
Thierry established The Resilience Institute in Southeast Asia and in the UK. He has twenty years of team management, business development and training experience in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia where he has been living since 2004. Thierry holds a Master of Science in Management, he is a certified ACTA trainer & assessor (Singapore Workforce Development Agency), a certified trainer in Emotional Intelligence and in Qigong, an ancient Chinese practice that combines gentle body movements with awareness and breathing for energy and relaxation.

Manish Arneja
A Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), Executive Performance Coach, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner with 15 years of experience in Organisational Change and Leadership Effectiveness. Manish works as a coach and consultant with The Resilience Institute helping people and organisations to thrive sustainably. 

Venue: Deloitte, 6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 2, #33-00, 068809

WOMAG is offering a selected number of tickets to WIMAR SG members at the same price as WOMAG members. Please kindly register here with the discount code "WIMAR". Seats are limited and will be allocated on a first come - first served basis.

Earlier Event: May 21
Singapore Iron Ore Week
Later Event: September 11
Singapore Mining and Metals Briefing