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BEING & DOING WORKSHOP

October 20, 2018 | Basel

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We are human BEINGS

not human DOINGS

In a world where ‘doing’ is the dominant force – that is: wanting things to be different from how they are, wanting more things and faster – it is important to balance the ‘doing’ with ‘being’.

More than that: in our digital age where artificial intelligence is competing with us on the ‘doing’, we need more than ever to preserve and cultivate our ‘being’ – those qualities that make us human and unique. At Be in Resonance, we inspire organisations to grow the human potential of people by teaching them how to develop qualities of ‘being’ such as presence, creativity, intuition, empathy and embodiment.

Well-being in its truest sense is not a nice-to-have, it is a core human and leadership competency.

Getting things done
AND
being human

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