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About the seminar:
The doctoral degree represents a massive milestone in the academic journey and achievement of any student. However, it also comes with its unique challenges, as they deal with various obstacles that they might never have had to encounter before. The right attitude and the need to practice delayed gratification, optimism and resilience are key skills that help PhD students put such challenges behind them and keep climbing. The student will not only need support from others but also learn to access these resources from themselves.
About the speaker:
Dr Granville is the Group CEO of EQ Asia Pte Ltd and Peak Performers, a consulting and training practice specialising in organisational behaviour and performance. The group designs and facilitates corporate and adult workshops that focus on enhancing performance at all levels, dealing with change, forging powerful partnerships in organisations and building individual resilience and team resilience. In addition, he does developmental coaching that deals with deeper emotional issues caused from past programming. These include trauma, loss of motivation, anger and mild depression, phobias and acute fear. His initiatives are frequently used to boost performance of staff at all levels and for teams to approach obstacles objectively with a view to enhancing performance.