Resonating with our Inner Values
From 19:00 until 22:00
Venue: Storchen Zürich
Address: Weinplatz 2, 8001 Zürich
Venue URL: www. storchen.ch
Participation fee: A CHF 125.- flat fee is covering apéro, dinner - starter, main (meat, fish or vegi) and dessert - water and coffee. Beer, wine and firewater to be paid individually. Payment is due on site.
Organiser: Benjamin Schmitt / firstname.lastname@example.org
Deepak Bansal - Founder & CEO – MQ Learning
Harnessing his values of joy and wisdom, Deepak aspires to blend logic, relations, and values, for a more integral personal and professional world though his company Meaning Quotient (mq-learning.com). Deepak stands at the intersection of Technology (MTech - India), Business (MBA, HSG Switzerland), and Humanity (MA, Philosophy, California; coach CPCC, ACC), and is member of BGS since 2008. With 15+ years in the corporate world, he has held Executive positions in Consulting and Multinationals like Accenture, Deutsche Post DHL, and Zurich Insurance Company.
Roy Disney said “It is not difficult to make decisions when you know what your values are!”. We, consciously or unconsciously, connect to our values when we make decisions. Our values, whether we get it from family and culture, or we cultivate based on education, friendships, and profession, are deeply ingrained in us, and are mostly intuitive. The conscious understanding of these inner values can provide the north star to guide us as we shape the collective future while leading fulfilled professional and personal lives.
- Personal Story (triggered by the suicide of CEO, personal meaning and values)
- Importance of Values (philosophical background & contemporary research)
- Short Exercise and sharing among participants (with the objective that at the end people know their 3-4 individual values and connect with other participants at deeper level)
19.00 – 19.15 Cocktail
19.15 – 20.00 Speech and Q&A
20.00 – 22.00 Dinner and open discussion
Please register at your earliest convenience via E-mail: email@example.com
Participation is limited to 20 attendants on a first-come first-serve basis.