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Search Inside Yourself Comes to Seoul!

Search Inside Yourself is a program that teaches tools for focus, self-awareness, and resilience, so people can create a better world for themselves and others.

October 16 — 17  |  9:00am - 5:00pm
Dream Plus
311 Gangnam-daero, Seocho-gu
Seoul, South Korea
Program Language:  Korean

Join the emerging movement of companies integrating evidence-based mindfulness in their workplaces.

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Emotional Intelligence

Workplace studies prove that emotional competencies enhance performance, leadership effectiveness, and wellbeing.

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Neuroscience

Attention is the fundamental energy of the mind. How we direct our attention determines the mental habits we form, the emotions we develop, and the results we experience.

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Mindfulness

Research shows that mindfulness is a foundational skill that underpins the inner factors of growth: self-awareness, self-management, and emotional skills.

The SIY program includes:

Join us for a highly interactive 2-day program followed by a 4-week online journey as we explore mindfulness and emotional intelligence for inspiring wellbeing, collaboration and high performance.

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Live Training

(2 days)
Introduction to neuroscience, mindfulness and the five emotional intelligence capacities.
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Virtual Practice

(4 weeks)
Weekly exercises and resources, delivered by email.
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Webinar

(1 hour)
Learn strategies for sustained practice and reconnect with SIY alumni.

Search Inside Yourself is now approved by the International Coaching Federation. Coaches receive 13.5 Continuing Coaching Education credits when attending SIY!

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Your Facilitators:

Rich Fernandez

Rich Fernandez

Rich is the CEO of SIYLI. He was previously the director of executive education and people development at Google, where he was also one of the first SIY teachers.

Rich previously founded Wisdom Labs and has also served in senior roles at eBay, J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America. He received his PhD in Psychology from Columbia University and is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review.

Before launching Wisdom Labs, Rich was the head of executive education at Google, responsible for leadership development content, tools and programs for senior leaders.  He also led some of the efforts focused on employee well being at Google. Rich was also previously head of learning and organization development at eBay, and prior to that he was a learning and leadership development executive at Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase & Co.

Rich was trained as a psychologist and received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and M.A. in Organizational Psychology both from Columbia University. Rich received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at San Diego. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and son.

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At a young age June began wondering whether there was a way to make people happier. To her, most Korean people looked unhappy and stressful especially at work. To look for an answer, she had worked as a HR consultant for almost a decade trying to fix problems in organizations after majoring in Personnel Management at University of Warwick. She soon realized that nothing could be changed unless people in organizations transform themselves. She has implemented SIY in Korea since 2013. As an Organizational Psychology researcher at Seoul National University, she is interested in the impacts of the SIY program on employees' creativity and empathy.

Book individually or for your team today.

Early Bird

First 30 tickets 990,000 KRW

General Admission

After first 30 tickets have sold 1,100,000 KRW

Prices displayed are per person. To inquire about group and corporate rates, contact us.

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I think anybody can benefit from this program in many different ways. I want my colleagues to take it, my family to take it – I would highly recommend it.
Rebecca Zucker, 2016