Shanghai 1st two CCFs – William Wu & Steven Five
FNS facilitated a Strategic Development Meeting (SDM) at Aquarama 2015 at Suntec City in Singapore on 30 May 2015. The objectives of this inaugural international meeting of multi-stakeholders were to:
1st Myanmar Facilitation Conference (Yangon, 11-12 May 2015)
The Ministerial Committee on Ageing (MCA) announced plans to develop an Action Plan for Successful Ageing last year. As part of public consultation, the MCA is gathering feedback on how seniors can age actively and healthily through a series of e-Challenges.
FNS ‘SPOT on Facilitation’ (previously known as Foundational Facilitation Workshop, FFW) graduates who are interested in pursuing international certification as part of their professional development can apply to join us as FNS Volunteer Facilitators to provide facilitation services to charities and not-for-profit organisations on a pro-bono basis. Contribute to your personal corporate social responsibility, hone your facilitation skills and add to your facilitation track record at the same time!
We welcome experienced professionals who has a keen interest in facilitation to join us as associates in offering facilitation services to our clients. Mid-career professionals and retirees who are exploring a next career and are keen to learn facilitation skills are welcomed too. To apply, please submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We live in an ever more diverse World – China is now the largest English speaking nation, for the first time we will soon have 4 generations in the workplace at the same time, on-line interaction is rapidly replacing face-to-face communication and so the need to need to appreciate
Dreams know no boundaries. They are subjectively-personalised but objectively-perceived. Are dreams only meant to give people hope that something better awaits them, yet more often than not, unattainable due to a whole host of factors, the most common being financial sacrifice, relationship commitments and plain inertia?