21 Jul 2017 (Fri)
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The Evil Brain: Why Clients & Colleagues lose Self-Control?
  Date   21 Jul 2017 (Fri)
  Venue   11 Cavenagh Road ,
Holiday Inn
Orchard City Centre
Singapore 229616
  Time   9.00am to 5.00pm
  Fees   S$750 | S$450 After PIC Grant of 40%
Inclusive of 2 coffee breaks, light refreshments and buffet lunch with vegetarian / halal options

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Serafin Lim at (65) 6720 3333 or email: serafin@aventislearning.com

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Anger. No one likes it and no one wants it, yet it is a part of everyday life. Unfortunately, it can quickly get out of control. Rage or aggression can lead to problems at work and in personal relationships. Anger can be suppressed, converted or redirected. But can it also be avoided?

Why do some individuals seem angrier than others? Evidence has shown that the cause is largely genetic or physiological and family background also plays a role. Research also suggests there are distinctive neurological changes in the brains of angry individuals where the growth of new nerve cells triggers even more rage in the future. It simply means that the vicious cycle continues where angry individuals get angrier!

In the workplace, angry clients and/or colleagues can cause personal anguish, work disruption & affect business decisions. So, how do we address the challenges arising from these angry people?

For a person expressing or experiencing anger, the limbic system (emotional center) is mainly activated. Recent neuroscience discoveries indicate that rewiring the brain can be quickly and easily achieved through simple techniques such as meditation. The management of angry clients and/or colleagues is a form of professional competency that will require soft skills where different approaches maybe required. The goal is to manage the relationship by staying task-focused, emotionally protecting oneself, and establishing new ways of relating.

Interestingly, it is also found that our emotional brain has a direct effect on decision making and leadership. Hence, by exploring leadership from a neuroscience perspective, we not only can gain new knowledge but also attain useful insights!

Key Takeaways

Participants will learn, discover & understand:

  • Essential skills for managing angry clients
  • Various angry behavioral styles & dealing with them
  • Links between anger, morality & the human brain
  • Neurological forces at work in an angry person
  • Creating a calm brain using meditation
  • Anger control & management for the self
  • Emotional traps to avoid: Debating; Seeking appreciation; Having the last word
  • How brain functioning is linked to leadership & performance
  • Simple & specific strategies in enhancing cognitive fitness

Who Must Attend?
  • Managers, team leaders & professionals who wish to gain insights into leadership through the neuroscience lens.
  • Retail, hospitality & customer service executives & managers who require soft skills to deal with clients on a regular basis.
  • Teachers & school counsellors who are interested in the underlying causes of anger or aggression displayed by students or juveniles.
  • Individuals who want to learn more about anger control & management as well as self-control.
  • Those who want to expand their knowledge & improve the quality of life.
A Qualified, Experienced Psychotherapist, and trained in Psychology. Healer, Group Facilitator and Personal Empowerment Coach: Siobhan Coulter

Born in Australia, Siobhan was a psychologist treating panic, anxiety and behavioral disorders. Other than Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, she is also skilled in facilitating past life regression and energy healing. Currently, as an in-house practitioner at The Golden Space, Singapore, Siobhan combines her knowledge of psychology, intuitive wisdom and Divine Energy to provide stress and anxiety solutions for her clients who are of all ages and from all walks of life. Her workshops empower individuals to live consciously with open hearts, create real connections and gain a deep understanding of the infinite love that resides deeply within each of them.

A writer at heart, Siobhan’s interesting and informative articles are featured regularly in magazines. Having had her spiritual awakening, Siobhan embraces everything in life with a wide, open heart. By understanding that one’s life journey can be fraught with pain, fear, self-doubt and other challenges, Siobhan strives to live authentically with a sense of mission and purpose. With her belief and innermost desire to live life with unconditional love, Siobhan is committed to sharing her wisdom and experiences with many others who may face various challenges at different stages of their lives.


"..It was a very relaxing & insightful experience. The speaker (Siobhan) & the facilitator were very warm, candid & calm. They made it easy for people to speak freely & share.." - Eugene Ng, MD of Antasis pte ltd

"As a meditation coach, Siobhan has a calming effect on people. As a speaker, her high energy & sense of humor have created a fun & vibrant atmosphere." - SL, patron of The Golden Space, Singapore

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Participants will each receive a Certificate of Excellence.
Date 21 Jul 2017 (Fri)
Venue 11 Cavenagh Road, Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre Singapore 229616
Time 9am to 5pm
Fee S$750 | S$450 After PIC Grant of 40%
Inclusive of 2 coffee breaks, light refreshments and buffet lunch with vegetarian / halal options

Serafin Lim at (65) 6720 3333 or email:


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