Peter Ng (WCCM Executive Committee and Singapore National Coordinator) was invited recently to speak on meditation to the staff of Dymon Asia Capital in Singapore by Danny Yong (Chief Investment Officer and a founding partner of the company).
Laurence Freeman OSB will lead a day on the theme Conscious Leadership, 16 May, at the Meditatio Centre in London. The weakness of inspirational leadership in many aspects of modern life is that it threatens the foundations of civilised behaviour and social integrity. Laurence Freeman has been working in our Meditatio outreach to develop new approaches to contemplative leadership for the next generation – truthful, other-centred, compassionate – and (therefore) conscious. He will look at various models of leadership and suggest how a contemplative practice brings not only psychological and physical benefits but transformative spiritual fruits.
Led by Laurence Freeman OSB
Wednesday 16 May
6.30 – 9.00 pm
Cost £15 Concessions £10
Light refreshments provided
More info and registration here.
Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, spoke recently at a Meditatio seminar held in conjunction with Regents University in London. His theme “Leadership and Values’ is an important aspect of Meditatio’s social outreach and will form part of the program that is presently being composed for Bonnevaux.
You can read Mark Carney’s talk here.
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.