Meditatio and Regent’s University London are promoting a seminar on Leadership and Values on Monday 19 February. The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney will speak at Regent’s University London in the Tuke Hall on Leadership and Values, chaired by Sean Hagan, General Counsel of the International Monetary Fund, and member of the WCCM. The programme includes also talks by Laurence Freeman (Director of Meditatio and WCCM) and Professor Aldwyn Cooper (Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Regent’s University London).
For more information and for registration (this is a free event), visit here.
Laurence Freeman’s recent talk in Singapore at the Singapore Management University about Meditation for a More Humane World has just been made available on SoundCloud. Laurence talks about the simultaneous simplicity and difficulty of meditation, global forces that reshape our existence, and how meditation can help us learn to see ourselves and our actions/interactions within a global perspective.
You can listen to this talk below:
Chade-Meng Tan and Laurence Freeman met online recently for a conversation on how meditation, compassion and joy can be transformative powers to make the world, especially the corporative world, more balanced and more human.
Meng, one of Google’s earliest engineers, was Google’s Jolly Good Fellow — the head of personal growth at the groundbreaking search company. He is now an inspiring author in this new field. He speaks with Laurence about his new book, Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within.
Watch the video below:
Laurence Freeman recently led a course on Meditation & Leadership for MBA students at Singapore Management Unversity. In the group photo with students above, Laurence is next to Peter NG, WCCM National Coordinator for Singapore.