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Deep Human: Practical Superskills for a Future of Success | Read! Fest

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Learn five timeless superskills that will help you unlock your fullest potential in the workplace.

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In Deep Human: Practical Superskills for a Future of Success, authors Crystal Lim-Lange and Dr Gregor Lim-Lange combine their expertise in leadership and psychology to share five timeless superskills that will help you unlock your fullest potential in the workplace: focus & mindfulness, self-awareness, empathy, complex communication, and adaptive resilience. The book is filled with practical tools, insights and real-life stories to build a successful and meaningful life no matter what lies ahead.

Join us at the Singapore Literature Book Club to find out how to thrive in a constantly evolving workplace at this session with the authors. You will also get to try out a few experiential exercises, including a mindfulness practice!

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Crystal Lim-Lange is an expert on human capital, education and the future of work. She is the CEO of Forest Wolf, a leadership and talent development consultancy and Strategic Advisor to Minerva Project, the “University of the Future”.   She is a contributing expert on human capital for Channel NewsAsia, recognised by LinkedIn as one of Singapore’s top 16 experts driving industry conversation and her book Deep Human, co-authored with Dr. Greg Lim-Lange, is a national bestseller.  

Dr. Gregor Lim-Lange is an expert in psychology and human capital, and the Co-Founder of Forest Wolf, a global leadership consultancy. A regular keynote speaker at at global conferences, Dr. Lim-Lange is also an expert contributor to Channel NewsAsia on human capital and mental wellbeing. One of Asia’s leading pioneers of mindfulness in academia, Dr. Lim-Lange combines his academic expertise with first-hand experience of implementing and overseeing large scale change programmes.

About Read! Fest 2021

Read! Fest 2021 invites you on a forward-looking journey of self-discovery. With the theme of Reboot, take a moment to re-examine and refresh your lenses on day-to-day aspects that shape our lives.

Anchored by 12 key books and topics, Read! Fest will host over 60 programmes – from talks by world-renowned authors to workshops and experiences – each curated to immerse you in a world of thoughtful ideas for our time.

From myths and minimalism to work and womanhood, stretch out to explore new worlds and perspectives. Where will you find yourself?

For more info, visit go.gov.sg/nrm-readfest21.

For the full listing of Read! Fest programmes, visit go.gov.sg/readfest21


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