RSA Singapore Network: Disruption, Innovation & Mindfulness

Fellowship Event

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Singapore Management University

How can we respond better to accelerating disruption in business, technology, environmental systems and geopolitics? Join Fellows and friends at Singapore Management University for an event to discover the contexts, benefits and protocols for cultivating a more developed awareness.

Mindfulness practice can enhance the capacities of individuals to respond to the kinds of disruption listed above. It can also be used by organisations to enable innovation and make better decisions amidst accelerating demands, distractions, and threats. 

This event will provide an opportunity to find out more and discover techniques for developing awareness. You will also be invited to participate in some foundational exercises to integrate body, emotions, thoughts and actions too. 

Come along to meet and learn from a diverse network of Fellows, friends and colleagues. There will be a presentation by Sriven Naidu FRSA, and a panel discussion with private sector leaders who are charged with innovation as well as mindfulness practitioners.

RSVP to attend for the opportunity to meet with Adanna Shallowe, the RSA's Global Senior Manager, and Lauren Orso, RSA's Global Manager, who will be in attendance.

This event is co-organised with the Mindfulness [email protected] Management University

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