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A full day highly informative and interactive workshop titled ‘Thriving! Positive Energy at Work for Leaders’ by expert Karl LaRowe will be held on 8 February at Hilton Colombo.

Delivered in Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle to New York, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Kuching, the workshop is brought to Colombo by ITD World and being supported by Hilton Colombo.

The workshop will help participants identify how stress is affecting them and learn specific methods to transform the negative energy of stress into the positive energy of thriving by learning how to:

Discharge stress from your body and mind; Develop vitality through the mindful movement exercise of Flow Motion; Embrace your positive emotions by learning self-compassion; Increase your positive mental energy by discovering and maximising your strengths; and  Envision your “Best Self” through developing your Best-Self portrait.

For most of his life Karl LaRowe has been fascinated with achieving personal excellence; as a martial arts fighter and teacher, mental health therapist, manager and director, professional speaker, author, trainer and coach. He helps leaders and organisations thrive by assisting them in discovering and maximising their strengths and positive energy. His unique perspective as a mental health professional who incorporates Positive Psychology and Appreciative Inquiry into his talks and trainings is forged from solid theory based on sound psychological principles and immediately applicable techniques that provide real solutions. 

Since 1997 he has given over 1000 full day trainings to more than 50,000 professionals across the United States, Canada, SE Asia and the Middle East for clients such as the United States Army, Navy, Air Force and Veterans Administration, hospitals, banks and oil companies including Mubadala, the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Lili Pharmaceutical Company. In Singapore he has worked with the National Council of Social Services, the Singapore Training Institute, National University of Singapore, the Singapore armed forces and Trauma Recovery and Corporate Solutions. He has also authored a book for healthcare professionals called: ‘Breath of Relief: Transforming Compassion Fatigue into Flow’, and is co-authoring a second book for corporate Leaders tentatively called: ‘The Stress of Success: Re-claiming Your Life as a Leader’.

Karl La Rowe completed his Masters Degree at the University of Chicago, is licensed in the United States as a mental health professional and expert witness. He is a positive psychology coach. He holds a fifth degree black belt in Karate and is a Qigong instructor. Drawing from his own experience as a professional who has recovered from burnout and depression, Karl will provide you a wealth of information and specific tools you can use the very next day on transforming stress and burnout into positive energy and engagement.

Thriving! Positive Energy at Work for Leaders is a unique opportunity for you to learn from one of the leaders in the field of personal transformation. For further details on the workshop taking place on 8 February at Hilton Colombo, please contact 077 9827173 or e-mail avafdo@gmail.com.


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