There has never been a better time to be a woman because the women themselves have become the change-makers! However, when it comes to Dating, Love & Intimacy, it underlies the social norm that it is a man’s job to make the first move. Many of us are not confident and afraid to be judged, be seen as unfeminine or aggressive – as the “Bad Girl”
“Unbox Yourself” is our flagship workshop, which focuses on specific self-awareness building in order to get to know yourself and recognize the power behind you.
The workshop is laid out in a series of various activities, meant to identify your relationship with your body & mind, challenge your self-limiting beliefs and build off of them. We will practice getting out of your comfort zone through confidence-building activities and transition into the importance of asserting your voice and how to do this effectively.
The workshop is highly customizable based on individual organization’s need, the duration varies from 2 hours to a 2 full days workshop.
Content example for a 2hr workshop
Behind each topic there is either group or breakout room activities, we will finetune the details once we know the age group/persona of the participants
A digital workbook will be sent upfront the workshop
Relationship dynamics, power, desire. They exist both at home and in the office, but we never see them in the same light across the 2 different places…
As a society, we think by maintaining a clear boundary between how we view relationship dynamics, power and desire is what keeps us professional and have a healthy work-life balance.
However, each of us is one whole person–who we are at home is also who we are in business. We can’t cut ourselves up like pieces of meat, can we? What if by pulling back the curtain of your romantic life will reveal more about who you are as a leader? Will you be keen to find that out?
Do you take initiative when it comes to dating? If yes, you are likely to have stepped up in a business meeting even if you are not the highest-ranked person, as both require a high level of confidence.
Society has made it such that men are the ones who should always take the lead in the bedroom. Women are shy of taking the lead for fear of being seen as dominant, aggressive or even desperate. However, a woman who can take the lead with charm and grace is infinitely more attractive than one who doesn’t. And that is the woman that we want in the board room too. One that knows what the key stakeholders want and leads them to a greater agenda with overwhelming charisma.
In this upcoming workshop, “Up your game – Confidence in the bedroom = confidence in the boardroom”, we want to show you how you can embrace your independence, desire and sexuality all at once to radiate your charm in the bedroom and the boardroom.
Day-by-day, slight-by-slight, microaggressions can feel like “death by a thousand papercuts.” Given that most folks spend the majority of their lives at work, microaggressions in the workplace have a profound impact on people’s mental, spiritual, and even physical health.
An Asian-American woman born in America may hear such phrases when she expresses offense at the question: “Where are you really from?” A Black man’s hurt may be belittled when he’s told he’s “overreacting” when a co-worker calls him “one of the good ones.” And someone from the LGBTQ* community may be considered overly sensitive if they get fired up when someone remarks: “That’s so gay!”
Most of the time, it’s true that the speaker has no intention of causing offense or pain. People are often unaware of how their words or actions impact the recipient, whose experiences differ so much from their own. But regardless of intention, these instances of “microaggressions” have real effects on people’s lives. Much like unconscious biases, being unaware isn’t an excuse for perpetuating harmful behaviors or beliefs.
In this workshop, we will learn
– the various types of microaggressions,
– understand how it manifests at work,
– what to do when you’ve committed a microaggression (yes, everyone has committed unconsciously microaggressions) and,
– craft a plan to recognize and manage potential microaggressions when they surface to protect yourself and company cultures
Body image: it’s something we all struggle with, whether occasionally, or if our time is consumed by it. It can be a niggle in the back of our minds, or a full-blown mental health issue.
With pressure coming from all sides – in the media, online, from the products to make us look ‘better’, diet culture, and, unfortunately, sometimes from each other – it can be hard to feel OK, let alone amazing, about your own body.
But feeling good about the body you live in is a really big aspect of mental health and wellbeing, good health starts with having a good relationship with your body. Easier said than done, in this workshop our expert will deep dive into thought processes and techniques to heal and accelerate our relationship with our bodies.
It’s time to stop begrudging our stretch marks, moaning about our shape, or resenting our poor eyesight – and instead remember just how wonderful our bodies really are.
It is a topic as old as time, the birds and the bees. Yet, many adults would rather work overtime for demanding bosses than talk to their children about sex…
As a result, based on our survey with over 1000 participants (age 16 to 25) in ASEAN, over 60% of the youths who engaged in sexual activity did not take any precaustions to avoid pregnancy or STD, even worse, the Parents are ranked as the lowest in terms of source of sexual education.
If we want to raise socially responsible and respectful youths, the parents need to open up with their children about sexual education. The kids will feel more confident about sharing their thoughts and feelings. They will not have to rely on distorted information from their friends, the mass media, or worse, the Internet.
In this workshop you will learn:
Children take their cue from their parents. If your comfortable talking about sex with your kids and you provide an environment that encourages questions, discussion, and a judgment-free zone, there’s a good chance your child will want to come to you for information and advice well into their teen years.
Use this time to build stronger bonds with your younger kids and teens. Allow them to see that you can meet them where they are and respect the world they live in. Remember, the relationship you create now will be there for years to come.
One of the most common myths about long-term relationships is that passion is only for the beginning of a relationship and that it’s nearly impossible to know how to keep a relationship alive long-term…
What’s “the spark”? It’s that feeling of butterflies in your stomach, the electricity that passes through you when you touch the one you love, that deep down excitement. Some believe it’s inevitable that this feeling will dim and eventually disappear. This is a myth. While it’s normal to lose the spark in a relationship when you get comfortable, you can always get it back. And there are steps you can take now to avoid losing the spark at all
In this workshop our expert will share the top tips and practical ways to keep things fun and fresh.
Most classes aimed at building confidence use quick-fix exercises such as power pose or affirmation. These might boost self-confidence temporarily but…
they don’t provide long-term change. In fact, most women don’t have a confidence problem, they lack “”confidence” in their “competence”. In this workshop, you will learn to firstly adjust your self-esteem, which comes from an internal state and mindset. We help you to reassess the negative beliefs that you’ve held on to from your past and build new, more realistic beliefs to improve your self-esteem. Only after we set the stage, we can rewire your mind and get rid of your confidence blocks. We will provide methods to reprogram your thought process to help you affirm your capabilities, embrace your skills and strengths and ultimately develop confidence in your accomplishments.
Yes, Kamala Harris, the first female Vice President of the United States, was just sworn into office in 2021. We should celebrate this milestone!
But for Millennial women working in male-dominated fields where the boys’ club is still somewhat a thing, a workplace free of gender bias can seem like a pipe dream.
It’s also true that in the past 40 years, we have seen a steady increase of women entering male-dominated STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) — another milestone to celebrate. However, according to research, women in male-dominated careers face challenges such as:
While there are reasons to think the workforce is moving in the right direction, many women are not yet experiencing the benefits.
In this workshop, you will learn as an organization:
In this workshop, you will learn as an individual practical tips on how to thrive in male-dominated fields and how to apply them to daily life.
Parenthood, especially motherhood can be a valuable training ground for developing skills that prove useful in the workplace…
However, motherhood also comes with a so-called workplace penalty. Not only is there a motherhood wage gap, but mothers also face major obstacles to attaining leadership positions. While we can’t change the general working condition, we can change your narrative and positioning.
In this workshop, we will stir you to rethink your assumptions about yourself, your partner and your kid. The skills that define great parenthood are surprisingly relevant to becoming a great leader at work. The cross-pollination of learning from parenthood and working professional will help you to improve at both roles.