How to Understand and Leverage Your Inner Values
Sept 02 (12:30-15:30 UTC), Online, Invitation Only
"It is not difficult to make a decision when you know what your values are." - Roy Disney
By developing a conscious relationship with our internal values, we can find a north star for making decisions. Learn to:
Reflect on your core values, using, e.g., Jung's active imagination & aspiring idols
Align your reality with your values
Make effective decisions using your values
This workshop is conducted in English. Limited seats to 15 participants to facilitate better participation. Reserve early!
Deepak aims to bring humanistic elements to our working life. He stands at the intersection of Business (MBA HSG Switzerland), Technology (MTech India), and Humanities (MA Philosophy California, Coach - CPCC, ACC). With 15 years in the corporate world, he has held Executive positions (COO, Director) in Consulting and Multinationals. He has also led Learning & Development for a strategic consulting unit.
About MQ Learning:
Meaning Quotient - MQ is a learning, action-research, and idea-sharing organization that helps people to meaningfully transform personal life and professional work based on the foundation of self-knowledge. We aspire to a world where people live meaningful lives as they shape a multi-generational collective future.
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