Date: 16 Mar 2023, Thursday
Time: 10:00-11:30 hrs
Venue: Zoom Meeting
Fee : Complimentary

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Jamie Craig

Jamie holds a Master of Human Resource Management and Coaching (University of Sydney), and is the founder of the 6C Mental Resilience development system.

Jamie's background in professional coaching, counselling, training, management and outdoor education facilitation over the past25+ years has refined his strong leadership and people development skills.

With the ability to engage and bring out the best in any client group, Jamie assists people and organisations to identify and develop their strengths and perform at optimal levels.

Jamie’s mission is to improve individual, academic and organisational performance by promoting mental resilience, wellbeing and emotional intelligence in Australia, USA, China, and South East Asia.

Jamie has worked with international companies such as:

Meta, Baidu, Coca Cola, The Ritz Carlton, Kempinski, Bank of Communications, and Peking University.
Mental Resilience for Compassionate Leadership
1.5-Hour Online Workshop in English
1.5 小时英文线上工作坊


Introduction 概述

Mental resilience and compassionate leadership are essential in a BANI (Brittle, Anxious, Nonlinear, and Incomprehensible) mental state because this is characterized by constant change, uncertainty, and complexity.  BANI reflects the challenges and opportunities of today's world.  In such an environment, leaders need to be mentally resilient to cope with the stress and uncertainty that comes with constant change.  Compassionate leadership is also crucial because it helps create a culture of empathy and understanding, which is needed to build strong, resilient teams that can adapt to change and work together effectively.  By promoting mental resilience and compassionate leadership, organizations can create a supportive and positive work environment that enables employees to thrive and perform at their best, even in constant change and uncertainty.

The ancient Chinese philosopher said, "From compassion comes courage.  With Compassion, in war brings victory, and in defense brings invulnerability".  The reason is simple.  When we don't act with compassion, our courage will likely be limited to achieving our short-term and often selfish or self-absorbed goals.  When our courage is fueled by compassion, we tend to act for the greater good.

Key Takeaways:
  • Learn about the new 6C Mental Reslience approach, and how to develop it.
  • Build more capacity to interact and lead with awareness and compassion.
  • Sustain your mental focus, wellbeing, and emotional intelligence in challenge times.
  • Learn to develop your core psychological strengths through daily practice.
  • Q&A

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