EQ for Success by Marion Nicole Teo

02 Jun 2021 10.30 AM - 12.00 PM Livestream Alumni, Current Students

Register your interest here before 31 May 2021


About the seminar: 

Participants will discover how to develop their Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to increase their interpersonal effectiveness in their personal lives and at work. Emotional intelligence provides the powerful insights and tools essential for transforming people. Participants will understand what EQ is and how their thoughts and feelings affect their decisions and behaviours. Learn techniques to manage emotions and think resourcefully. EQ will allow participants to bounce back from difficult experiences and significant stressors which they encounter over a day, helps move them into solution mode and confidently deal with the challenges that they face. Participants will be shown how to practice small daily steps that will build new patterns in their life and help them break away from destructive patterns.

About the speaker: 

Marion Nicole Teo is a well-known Image Consultant, EQ Facilitator and Executive Coach. She is the Director at EQ World and has worked with staff from diverse industries and job roles over the last 30 years. 

She has coached executives and leaders to put their best foot forward, to lead by example by practicing EQ and make better decisions on a day-to-day basis. Through her training and coaching, Marion aims to create more self-awareness in her participants, develop their resilience and confidence, and give them a decisive edge in their personal development to achieve personal success and happiness. 

Marion holds an Honours degree in Biochemistry from the National University of Singapore. She was Miss Singapore Universe in 1987 and represented the nation in the Miss Universe pageant where she did Singapore proud as one of the semi-finalists. She has authored a self-help book entitled “Happy Once Again: Beauty from Inside Out” where she shares her own struggles as a single mother, her bout with depression, and how she overcame them. She has been featured in various newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows and has been a keynote speaker at different events. Marion is also an active Rotarian where she spends her free time helping the less fortunate locally as well as overseas.