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People Management Pathway | Managers

Whole Person | Whole Leader

Well-Being, Resilience and Change Agility


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This programme is designed for:

Managers who want to inspire the best from themselves and their teams in the midst of constant change and disruption.

Economic forces require organizations to change. The accelerating pace of change and disruption leave the workforce fatigued and highly stressed, leading to work-life conflict, lower job satisfaction and reduced engagement in the organization. Leaders should not underestimate the impact of change on their workforce and consequently the impact on productivity and organizational success. Organizations and leaders who care for their workforce create conditions for them to be at their best, thereby equipping their organizations to thrive through change and disruption. These conditions create a workforce that is empathetic, yet agile and resilient; one that seizes change as an opportunity to transform and grow.

Why is this critical?

Uncertainty and continuous change in times of crisis increases stress, lowers productivity and impacts results.

  • As a leader, you first need to manage yourself before you can lead others effectively; your wellbeing, resilience and change agility is a foundation to your team’s success.

  • Wholeness creates the conditions for sustained achievement; how we can stay balanced in the face of challenges, sustain your best work in the long haul.

  • It is a set of philosophy and practical practice to manage ourselves and be more impactful as a leader.

  • This helps you be a Whole Person and a Whole Leader, bringing your best work forward and inspiring your team to be at their best.


Whole Person | Whole Leader

Based on the concepts from Wholeness in a Disruptive World by Wendy Tan

This workshop focuses on:

● The Influence of individual wholeness to team and larger wholeness.

● Identification of tell-tale signs of fragmentation in ourselves and our team.

● Wholeness as an approach to bring the collective team together for contribution.

● The ABC pathways: Anchoring, Balancing and Clearing.

● Anchoring to our purpose, values, identity and responsibilities.

● Balancing by embracing opposites in our thinking to have cognitive flexibility.

● Clearing, decluttering and focusing on what matters.

In this highly engaging workshop, leaders will help themselves and their team:

  • Practise ways to create mental space in their busy lives to cultivate cognitive flexibility to access insights for better decision making.

  • Be more agile and change-ready by reframing change as flow and learning, so that they can grow with emerging opportunities.

  • Adopt practices that incorporate higher-order purpose and values to inspire the courage and commitment needed to persist in new ventures.

  • Apply 3 key strategies to overcome the impact of disruptive forces and fragmentation, so that they can take new actions to grow.

  • Prevent burnout and craft out a personal strategy for working and living holistically to be more productive for the long haul.


Both virtual and face-to-face formats available

The delivery options include:

  • Live instructor-led classroom learning for skills enablement (9 hours)

  • Live instructor-led 2*3.5 hours of virtual learning for skills enablement (9 hours)

  • Keynotes for inspiration and awareness building (1 to 1.5 hours)

  • Train-the-trainer programs for sustained skills enablement within an organization

  • Flexible delivery options to accommodate different needs, geographies and languages

Workshop Fees

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"Wendy addressed our employees live in Singapore and virtually in our Asia Pacific offices on the topic “Wholeness: Balance for Better”. This topic was important and very relevant to us. Wendy led an engaging session, showing us how we can all achieve both in the work and personal spheres, providing practical ideas that we could take away and apply using her ABC framework towards wholeness."

—  Katie Smith, Talent, Culture & Engagement Director, Asia Pacific, Experian

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